There was a large part of Yuna that always felt like Cascade Bay was home. It was much larger, and much more dangerous, than Besaid ever was, but to stand on the beach, look out at the water, and just... be, was something that she had missed with all her heart. It was peaceful, even with the the crowd that would come and go, with the water lapping at her toes, and the sound of the waves. If she closed her eyes, and just focused on that, it was easy to forget that she wasn't going to turn around to see her guardians waiting for her, that she wasn't far away from everyone she had ever known and loved.
For a moment, it was easy to feel at peace.
Yuna took a deep breath, and closed her eyes. She took a step into the waves, but those watching would notice that she wasn't in the water. In fact, she seemed completely untouched. She took another step, and another, making it clear that she was not in the water, but instead walking atop it. She walked past the break line, the waves appearing to calm for a moment, just to let her through, and stood in the calm water beyond. If anyone was watching, they would notice her start to dance, as she opened her eyes, and swung her staff out. There was no reason behind this Sending. But something in her said that it needed to be done, and she traced the familiar steps with the ease of practice. As the dance hit its peak, the water started to flow up, around her, as she took step after step, dancing on the pillar of water that she had formed.
For a moment, Yuna could swear that she heard a quiet thank you, before it was gone, and the Sending was over. The pillar dispersed, and Yuna walked into the Bay, as if nothing had ever happened.