Starfleet Complex- Rewriting Narratives

Posted Jan. 23, 2023, 4:57 p.m. by Captain Eela Dasca (Lt. Governor) (Lindsay B)

Sharah was right, and the worst part was that deep down Eela had known this day was necessary. She wasn’t adverse to therapy (she was a trained psychologist, after all), and she had done the work after her injuries and retirement so that she could find a way to move on.

But things were different now. She was different. In the time between then and now a lot had happened and she was now at a point where she was ready to sit in the mire again and sort it all out. It didn’t mean she was looking forward to this session, but it would also give her the opportunity to meet the new counsellor.

Mika didn’t have even have to arrange to meet Dasca herself as the Lieutenant Governor’s office had sent a message asking for available appointment times. After a couple back and forths with Dasca’s Executive Assistant, Cort Belanger, they nailed down a day and time.

Ever one to be punctual, Eela arrived five minutes before 1500 hours. She nodded to the security officer on duty as she swiped her credentials.

“Good day, ma’am,” the tall Human said, giving her a warm smile.
She smiled back. “Hello, Lieutenant Carr. How’s that little girl of yours?”
“Much better, thank you for asking.”
True relief spread over her face. “Oh, I’m so glad. Sick kiddos are so rough. I remember when mine were that age. It’s hard not to worry.”
“Indeed,” Carr said. “Have yourself a good day, Ma’am.”
“And you as well.”

Moving through the complex to the East Wing, she found the room on her schedule. She had come from other meetings so was in her standard business wear, and undid the buttons on her dark blue blazer and rolled her shoulders a couple times to loosen the tension. Some of it was from her meetings, the rest was anxiety about this session. Taking a deep breath, the Haliian pressed the chime.

~Eela Dasca, Lt. Gov.

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