what does "I'd finished the time"mean?
She felt, literally, prickles of warning at the back of her neck. “Eli, it changes. That’s the beauty of it.”
“I want to know where you are when you’re not here. I’m not a goddamn stalker. It’s not about keeping tabs or trying to sew you in.”
She put the plate she was holding on the counter, took a breath. “I want to say I didn’t think that, or mean that. And I also realize something I didn’t until today, until all this. I realize I brought more bag-gage with me from D.C. than I thought. I think—hope—it’s down to a small hand tote. I hope I’ll figure out how to toss that out.”
“It takes time.”
“I thought I’d finished the time, but apparently not quite. So . . .” She lifted the plate again, slid it into the dishwasher rack. “I’m here most of the day. I have my morning class, church basement, and I have a massage at four-thirty. Greta Parrish.”
“Okay. Thanks.”2. wdoes "baggage"here "real baggage?" or does it mean"pressure"?