Counsellor's office - Cadet Tom Little check in

Posted July 26, 2021, 1:10 a.m. by Lieutenant Commander Vanessa Lofton (Counselor) (Nathan Miller)


“Oh, I do PT mostly.” Tom took the glass, “It’s easy to get overweight in the science job. I had to catch up on things I couldn’t do on duty.” In the Fleet, cadets were told to have a plan even on off duty. And programs of the programs have been offered. So regardless of their marital status, tons of things to do on the list.

“I also write. I’m planning to publish an autobiography after retirement. I’m sure it’s going to be a lot to say within the regulations.”

Cadet Little

Vanessa nodded. Her job, being very sedentary as well, meant she had quite the exercise regime as well to keep up with Starfleet standards. She smiled brightly at the mention of writing. “Oh, very nice! Have you published anything yet? Or any plans to publish before you retire?” she added with a laugh.

Lt. Cmdr. Lofton - CNS

“Nah, not yet.” Tom shook his head with a smile, “Just everyday log., I’m still in search of the core message. I’m targeting those who’ve lost their life goals once. Not necessary to be the way-out guidance or you-must-join-us cliches, but just the path I took.” He then took a sip and said, “I read a lot, including some of the fleet’s required reading list. They’re eye-opening and quite a nourishment mentally. I wish to left something to the universe that could last long for centuries.”

Cadet Little

“Impressive goal,” she answered, pursing her lips. “Here’s to lasting words.” She lifted her mug and sipped the chocolate again.

“Is that the role you find yourself taking in groups? Sort of a mentor or leader position?” Starfleet was a group in action, and how people fit was important for everyone to know.

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