I'm Not Lost, I'm...Exploring...Yeah Exploring

Posted Feb. 21, 2022, 12:45 p.m. by Lieutenant Commander Gravel Mardusk (Chief of Security) (James Sinclair)

Posted by Lieutenant Commander Gravel Mardusk (Chief of Security) in I’m Not Lost, I’m…Exploring…Yeah Exploring

Posted by Lieutenant Cara Esmé O’Farrell (Counselor / Education Specialist) in I’m Not Lost, I’m…Exploring…Yeah Exploring

Posted by Lieutenant Cara Esmé O’Farrell (Counselor / Education Specialist) in I’m Not Lost, I’m…Exploring…Yeah Exploring
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She looked up at him with an amused quirked brow, “Believe it or not I’m aware of tha’ bit of psychology.” Then she puffed out a breath, “I’m no sure it’s necessary, but I would really like ta talk to her. She may not know anything but she and her child may still be at risk anyway.” It was good compromise, what he was suggesting. “The problem with movin’ her up is she’s medical, if she’s a month or more out she’ll be suspicious. There are too many people on this ship to be able to move someone up that far. And she’ll know to get move up tha’ fast, somethin’ is wrong.” There was also the possibility she was aware and a part of it. Slim but always a possibility they couldn’t discard till they knew for sure. She reached over to the screen and tapped at it and then grinned. “She’s due for her eval in three weeks.” Then she checked the current update for medical. =/\=O’Farrell to Shan. Yvonne I’ve got open time in an hour, there are a couple of medical ensigns due for their evals in a couple weeks. Sickbay is slow today, let’s get them today.=/\= =/\=Sure thing Lt. Should I tell Royo you need an escort in half an hour?=/\= Cara grinned, she just couldn’t find the energy to be mad, =/\=No, you do not. Leave that poor lad alone ta-day.=/\=

“I should be done before you send anyone for Greenlee.”

O’Farrell, CNS

Mardusk nodded and stood up and went to a wall panel. He looked at an optical reader and the panel slid open. Hios massive frame blocked the way, but when he turned he had a Type-1 phaser in his hand. “Here. This is your ‘just in case’. I’ll make sure the system knows you are authorized to carry it.”


“Aww no hand-ta-hand practice, then?,” she shrugged, but it carried a weight of seriousness to it. Cara took the phaser, checked it for charge and to make sure it was locked and wouldn’t accidently discharge before slipping it securely under her belt. She stood up and walked over to him, “I’ll be careful.” She kissed his cheek and walked out the door, knowing her faithful shadow would be waiting, as always. “Aye! Royo! Come on lad, ya gonna go flirt with Yvonne for a spell.”

An hour and half later, Cara was waiting in her office, Royo alternating walking deck 11 and flirting with Yvonne. It had been rather comical at first, the poor lad being put on the spot was fumbling it all, but now he’d gotten into it. The chime rang and Cara got up to answer the door, “En Greenlee. I appreciate ya comin’ in taday. I was assured sickbay was slow. Please come in and have a seat.”

O’Farrell, CNS

The woman entered as directed and sat down. “Of course, Lieutenant. I have to say I am a bit confused. I know I am up to date on my evaluations, and nothing has happened that would trigger a mandatory review. Has something happened, ma’am?” she asked sincerely and with more than a bit of trepidation.


Cara blinked, that was okay she could work with this, “Oh my dear, have ye had an evaluation recently, then? Do ye recall when that was?” She sighed and plopped down into a chair. “I am so sorry ensign. My files say yer due in three weeks. Wit the last two counselors leavin’ so quickly I am tryin’ tae play catch-up and get a little ahead. We were light on appointments tae-day.”

She turned in her chair and pulled a PaDD from the top of the desk and tapped on it a moment and then shook her head looking frustrated and very apologetic, “I’m no showin’ any evals for ye since last year. Everythin’ is just a mess.”



“Oh, I’m sure this can be straightened out. Hang on, I have my calendar right here.” and she pulled a mini-PaDD from her pocket and tapped on the screen. “Yes, right here. My last evaluation was four months ago.” She turned the PaDD and handed it to the Counselor so she could see the stardate and that, in fact, she had had an eval done.



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