We've reached another point where everything that had previously occupied my time has come to a close. This is good, and bad (maybe), but mostly good. It seems like the arc of change that began with Kiko's death back in December has drawn to a close, with all former players off the stage and a new troupe off in the wings rehearsing their lines.
I'm reflective about this. I can't pretend to be feeling no sadness and a shade of worry, but the future looks far brighter at this point than I'd hoped and it's not the brightness of blind faith. It's the shine of something genuinely better.