Tired? Yes, we did not get enough sleep last night.
Sad? Yes, I hated to say goodbye to DH on the train platform in Paris.
Anxious? Yes, more than a little.
Our transition from hotel to train worked out very well. I had packed and repacked last night in the hotel,so this morning was just a quick wash and wear (the same clothes from yesterday). I has been raining for two days so some items are humid, but nothing major. We bought my last set of tickets yesterday, having made a dry run to the train station the night before.
His train leaves in 3 hours for Germany.
On the high speed train to Bordeaux, I know that there is another pilgrim somewhere on this train. She probably got off the plane last night at CDG, spent the night in Paris, and is more unsure than I am about where she is heading. Although perhaps the other pilgrim has done this before and this is old hat for her. I will recognize her by the big packpack she will have when she gets off the train and rushes to the train from Bordeaux to Bayonne at 1232.
The view outside the train window is as foggy as my thoughts af the future. My pack is so heavy -I know I’ve made packing mistakes but could not see what else to leave with DH to take home.
I’m hoping for my entourage of Saints to help me get safely through this first day.
Time will tell.