It had been too quick of a speed read, but she could recall a flash memory of one of the history lessons concerning the Allied Tion Medical Center, and of the healer there on record by the name of Organa. Only it had not been at all pertinent to the lessons she had to study for one of the semester finals, and she had only glanced over it. But that flash recall of Maeve's mother suddenly came to her, however distant.... unfortunately not at all fully put to photographic memory. But she would not touch upon that now, for at the time...at the time, it had not been important to her. Still she now could recall that conflict as her subconscious had urged her to stop and read, but she fought it and went on.
Ayda glanced over to Maeve who had taken flight to the kitchen. She smiled, as Maeve had pretty much shared a few quick meals with her ..mostly on the fly with much of the arduous campaigns they were in . But the last one had pretty much been a kind of vacation, if one were to describe it. Even with a sith presence on the system they were occupying there had been little conflict. And that which had been reported had in fact been handled by other closer field hospitals. Nothing form any of the minute conflicts had shown up to their field hospital. For the most part, she had gotten some color..a bit of a tan, as there had been much lounging around after their daily obligations.
And her and Maeve had pretty nuch had to take on what normally had been asigned to orderlies...cleaning of the equipment, the emergency rooms and hospital equipment and the field hospital in general. Although they had no wounded, the equip and everything else still had to be daily inspected and kept sterile. So her, Maeve and other volunteer doctors took on those tasks also.
But that also left them with much spare time and certainly a lot of time to socialize...just be girls.
Ayda had gotten to know Maeve and that was why she was here now with her friend's family.
"I was first brought over to Rhinnal..the system run orphanage there at a very young age...two, they have me down on records.
I don't know where I was born, nor of my parents..." She replied, more as a matter of fact than something which she didn't wish to talk about. For Ayda certainly wanted to at least know who one of her parents were. Even knowing of a system she was born on would be a lead. But none were on record, as they had been of the type with 'no questions asked'.
"I was schooled there till I was old enough for them to transfer me to their affiliated hospital on Lianna...the Allied Tion Medical Center, which I'm sure you know of their medical university.
It was my grades and aptitude testing which made me a good candidate to enter the medical field.
I... I graduated 5 years ahead of my peers. Seems I studied a lot. Didn't have time to make any friends..." And in a way, it was actually the opposite. She was too peculiar...different than the others her age and of those a bit older. It were more that they just shunned her for being ...different.
Ayda could not understand how many would purposely distance themselves from her and seek others of their like, for she seemed to like everyone. But her own center didn't mind if many paid no mind to her. in many ways it left her time to observe them as they shaped their life and experiences. Some for bad, as well as good.
Edited by Ayda Elisantra, 19 August 2018 - 07:53 PM.