"Didn't you get a letter explaining everything?" The stewardess looked at her questioningly.
"There was a letter," Saylie admitted, "but I never got to see it. I don't think it was addressed to me, because my parents had opened it and read it by the time I got home from school. It had my train tickets in it, but I wasn't given those until we got to the station, and there were some checklists of things that I had to do and pack, so I got given those to do, but I didn't see the letter itself. My parents told me what it was about." Saylie sighed. What she didn't tell the stewardess was how her mother had discussed her annoyance and shame at having a child exiled for hours at a time.( Collapse )
This is now followed by Reconnection.
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