Her time in Fandom had pretty much done exactly what Jaina had needed it to do
: she'd had time to heal up, and while she still felt off
, getting back some degree of normalcy had helped a lot. Maybe this was what happened when you coped like a normal person? When she arrived at the Temple, she went straight to the Masters, ready to explain what she'd been doing in Panem and why
, and take whatever lumps she had to. She knew she could do so calmly, without coming off like she'd been traumatized or completely angry.
Of course, that was shot to hell the second Corran mentioned that she'd been gone for almost a month, when she should have only been gone two weeks. It made things a little more difficult, trying to talk about how running off was the right thing to do when you were trying so hard not to think about what it had meant the last time time had sped up for her.
Jaina didn't get an answer today, but she knew there'd be some sort of punishment, even if it was getting stuck in the kitchen for the next month. At the moment, that was a secondary concern. When she was free to leave she'd immediately gone to her quarters and got her phone, sending a quick text to multiple contacts reading: Time kriffing sped up again. How are you?
and then waited for the messages to bounce back at her. If they did, she'd know she'd been cut off from Fandom again for who knew how long.
Everything went through just fine.
With a sigh of relief, Jaina decided she'd stick to her room for a while, unpacking, doing some quick math to figure this out, and waiting to see if anyone responded. She'd be cursing to herself in the meanwhile. [Open for calls, texts or emails! If you want to have gotten the message and know about the time speed, you totally got it.]