Deck 38, Arboretum 3- A Casual Meeting

Posted June 25, 2019, 10:09 p.m. by Fleet Captain Ghubari Koraia (Captain) (Lindsay Bayes)

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Benjamin Grey (Chief Medical Officer) in Deck 38, Arboretum 3- A Casual Meeting

Posted by Fleet Captain Ghubari Koraia (Captain) in Deck 38, Arboretum 3- A Casual Meeting

Posted by Fleet Captain Ghubari Koraia (Captain) in Deck 38, Arboretum 3- A Casual Meeting


Ghubari caught the box and gave a lopsided smirk. “Much obliged. my husband will be probably as grateful as I am. Nothing like waking up to a hangover only to realize it’s just your psi abilities picking up your partners’.”

She set the box to the side and considered Ben for a moment. “You’ve had a little bit of time to settle in now. What do you think the next while looks like? Any ambitions at all?”

Fl. Captain Koraia, CO


“I dunno” Benjamin said after a moment of quietly swirling his drink “I might go for yer job or something” He joked before taking another sip “No but in all seriousness. My ambitions started simple, medical school, Starfleet, Make Department head, Become a verified surgical expert all before thirty. Now I don’t know where to look, maybe go full Starfleet, become a full Lieutenant and push for Lieutenant Commander before I go gray” He chuckled at his own musings “Perhaps I’ll run a hospital in my forties.” He shrugged “Honestly I just like my job, I’m good at it and I want to keep doing it, anything extra is just that, extra. I’ll keep serving on ships like these ‘till they retire me.”

Dr. Grey - CMO

Ghubari grinned. “You and me also, Ben. They’ll have to pry my body out of my command chair before I ever let them retire me.” Her expression shifted slightly to more sombre. “Unless I’m getting people killed… you know, more than my usual.” Her eyes darting quickly out into the lush greenery. She knocked back the rest of her drink and sighed. The total was high. More than a ship’s captain could ever expect in peacetime, but then again, for peacetime, she had had a lot of trouble swing her way. Staying alive and keeping her crew and ship intact seemed to be priority number one most days. Everything else was seemed to be something for another day to think about. But she had gotten married- she had at least managed that, against all expectations.

Fl. Captain Koraia, CO

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