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An evenings delight: A dash of style, sips and friendship (Tag Jason)

Posted Feb. 22, 2024, 8:43 a.m. by Lieutenant Hannah Lori Asimina (Asst. Chief Medical Officer) (Jennifer Ward)

Posted by Civilian Elijah Mercer (Professor / Scientific Advisor) in An evenings delight: A dash of style, sips and friendship (Tag Jason)

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Eli, standing in the lobby, wore a navy-blue button-down shirt paired with well-fitted khaki trousers. The shirt’s sleeves were neatly rolled up, giving off a relaxed yet put-together vibe. His choice of a brown leather belt and matching loafers added a touch of sophistication to the ensemble. A silver wristwatch adorned his left wrist, subtly catching the light as he checked the time.

His neatly combed chestnut hair and well-groomed beard, and a faint hint of a refreshing cologne lingered in the air as he awaited the arrival of Jason and his fiancée. The overall appearance exuded a blend of professionalism and approachability, signaling both a readiness for a formal gathering and a genuine desire for a pleasant evening.

In his hands, Eli held a thoughtfully chosen bottle of local OED wine. The label indicated it was a rich red blend named “Stellar Harmony,” The deep burgundy hues of the wine echoed the warm tones of Eli’s attire, completing the ensemble for the evening.

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

On the top floor of the building, Jason was standing at the bottom of the stairs looking up to see if Hannah was ready. He was dressed in navy blue slacks with a dark gray, button down collared shirt with abalone buttons. Dark brown shoes and matching belt showcased a comfortable yet sophisticated look. He smiled as he waited, until he finally walked up the stairs and to the open door into the bedroom. He leaned against the door frame and smiled as he caught her attention. Ready, love? We’re almost late. he signed.

Jason

Hannah turned as she caught movement in her peripheral vision. She smiled at him. Sorry, it took longer to scrub the day off than normal. Hannah had been working at a clinic at one of the mines, and there had been an accident. She’d come home covered in debris, dirt, and Blood- not her own.

She was wearing a midthigh length dress in a pale sage green with a matching floral paisley pattern. The bottom was trimmed in geometric stripes with a splas of colorful flora above that. It had cold shoulder sleeves that tied back together just above her elbows. She stepped into open toed flats and grabbed a small bag that held her combadge. Her long blonde hair was down around her shoulders and brushed until it curled.

She walked towards him, Ready. She stopped right in front of him and kissed him. “You look devastating.”

They left their apartment and took the express lift down to the lobby, exciting and moving toward the front. Hannah hadn’t met Mercer yet, but it was a goof bet the man waiting and looking about with a bottle in his hands was their guest and they moved toward him.

Hannah

Jason smiled at Elijah as they approached. “Mister Mercer, may I introduce Lieutenant Hannah Asimina… my fiancé. Hannah, Elijah Mercer.” He signed the letters of Elijah’s name as he spoke. Jason knew Mercer was a Doctor… and retired Captain and Professor… but Mercer himself had never told him that, and Jason wasn’t going to revel he had researh3d the new neighbor fully; as he did to everyone who moved into the building.

Jason

Elijah’s smile radiated warmth as he was approached by Jason and his fiancée, Hannah. “It’s good to see you again Jason.” In a moment of genuine curiosity and a desire to connect, he decided to learn a a small amount of Sign Language before the dinner. He had picked up the signs for ‘hello’ and ‘it’s nice to meet you.’ As he extended a friendly welcome to Hannah, Elijah placed the bottle of wine on the edge of a near by table and, with the motion of someone not practiced signed “Hello” by bringing his hand up to his forehead and then extending it outward. For “it’s nice to meet you,” he gently touched his fingers to his chest, then made a circular motion with his hand. He spoke the words as he usually would as to include Jason.

Hannah smiled, and it seemed she did a lot of that. It came easy and was welcoming. Mercer was using a different ‘dialect’ than what she used, but she knew it and followed easily enough. Thank you, she touched her finger tips to her chin and extended them outwards. When she spoke her voice had a thick accent that made it deeper and less enunciated than what would be expected. “It is a pleasure to meet you, Mr. Mercer.”

“Thank you both for allowing me to intrude Into what I would guess have been a quiet night” he added finally.

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

“No intrusion. Oed is a very beautiful place. We enjoy seeing it.” Hannah signed as she spoke. To most it simply looked like she was one of those that ‘talked with her hands’, and most didn’t realize it was it’s own beautiful language.

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

“Indeed it is, and we are looking forward to showing you some of it this evening.” Jason said. He looked at the bottle and said “Is that traveling with us? Or should we have the front desk hold onto it until we return?”

Jason

Apologies for the confusion. Let’s adjust that:

Elijah admired the seamless coordination of verbal and physical cues in Hannah’s communication, not wanting to stare, he casually picked up the bottle. “A small token of my thanks for firstly welcoming me to OED and secondly for this evening,” he expressed, offering the bottle to them.

With a lighthearted chuckle, he continued, “So, I do not know the local food choices, so I am completely at your mercy.”

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

Hannah didn’t mind the stares, she was used to it from the curious. The ones who noticed. She found it polite rather than off putting. “Jason has excellent taste and knows all the best places. He has saved me from from the horrors of eating at the officers’ mess and the hospital cafeteria.”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

“Well, Jason, it seems that you are the man in the know, so I think we should take your lead?” Elijah offered politely, not knowing enough about OED to select a place, and wondering if Jason had prepared somewhere with a reservation.

“I have just the place in mind.” Jason said with a grin. He led them outside to a waiting slider and held the door for Hannah. Once inside, they began to move through the city.

Hannah slid into the back of the slider. She greeted the driver warmly. She never used the car service unless she was with Jason, but Hannah noticed people, and no one was beneath or above her notice, and everyone deserved to be treated kindly. She slid across the seat and then settled into Jason’s side as the two men got in.

As they set off, he added, “So, Hannah, Jason explained to me that you’re in Starfleet medical? Do you enjoy it?” Elijah steered clear of the usual questions, opting for more trivial conversation.

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

Jason

Hannah had a direct way of looking at people when they spoke, seeing more than just the person that was there. It was an adaptation, lip reading and body language, to help her pick up what sound couldn’t tell her. “I love my work. I won’t bore you with the gory details, but it’s very satisfying. I’m very lucky to have a career that allows me to pay forward my own good fortune. What do you do Mr. Mercer?”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

Elijah engaged attentively. “Half the battle lies in discovering work that brings genuine fulfillment,” he remarked. “Presently, I serve as the Science Advisor to the government, and I also hold a teaching position at the local university. There’s a unique satisfaction in imparting my experiences and knowledge to the next generation of Federation minds,” he shared, maintaining the conversation while Jason continued to lead them through the bustling but navigable streets.

“So tell me, how did your paths meet? The exploration of the stars is only second to the exploration of love” he expressed.

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

Jason grinned and said “We met on the sidewalk by a Cafe a few blocks from the apartment building. I chanced upon her, introduced myself, and the rest as they say us history.”

Jason

Hannah grinned as she glanced at Jason. She clearly adored him. “I didn’t realize I had dropped one of my implants, and he was chivalrous enough to return it to me. It was my first time out exploring Oed. I got lucky.” Even as she held Jason’s hand she continued to sign with the other. “What do you teach?”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

Engaged in the flowing conversation, Elijah observed the genuine affection between the two individuals. When his turn came to contribute, he welcomed the opportunity to shift away from a subject where he lacked expertise. “I’ve yet to be formally integrated into the faculty, but my interests lie in social science—specifically, xeno-relations, political science, and anthropology. I’ve actually penned a paper or two about the Long-term Impact of First Contact Events on Indigenous Societies and Bridging the Gap Between Science and Diplomacy in Interstellar Relations. Though my primary focus is in social science, I do have some experience in xenobiology and a few other areas,” he explained, his voice demonstrating a clear passion for science.

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

“That is quite a range. Do you have any prior experience teaching?” Hannah asked, genuinely interested in the answer.

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

“Indeed, on the surface, they may seem disparate, but there’s often a deeper interconnection,” Elijah replied, considering her next question. “As for my background, I spent a year at the academy facilitating command training and serving as a group coach. It’s incredibly fulfilling to witness the growth and development of young minds as they navigate their educational journey.”

“How has your own journey been?” He asked.

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

Reilly sat back and listened to the exchange without interrupting. He liked that Hannah was so animated and inquiring; it was a good sign after the past few week’s ‘occurances’. He was also interested in if what Mercer said matched his somewhat unique file. Not that Reilly thought he was a fake or a plant; no Intelligence afaency would create a background like his. Far too easy to punch holes in. No, Reilly was genuinely curious about the man himself. The one who had made such a splash entrance into the Oed governmental scene.

Jason

Hannah was unaware of Mercer’s entrance to the colony. It was a compartmentalized and she wasn’t involved. “My career has been fairly benign. I did a year and a half at Star Fleet Medical refining my specialty. I spent several years on a medical and science support vessel. I really enjoyed my time on the Fearless. After that I served along the Cardassian border. When the position here came available, it was too good to pass up. Sacred Heart is doing amazing things in Medical innovation and whole patient care.c Hannah glanced out the window of the slider to the bustling city. “Out here on the frontier, they have no one but themselves to rely on. I am very excited to be part of that.”

Elijah empathized with her sentiment, as it echoed his own feelings about OED. The notion of being on the true frontier, not merely exploring space, but actively participating in a community striving to carve out its own identity amidst the chaos, resonated deeply with him. He admired her for embracing this challenge and working towards making OED a more integral part of the Federation.

“So, are you here as a special instructor or more long term? Director Enger has really made a name for Oed University in such a short time. I think she will single handedly put Oed in the galactic map.”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

“I hope for a lengthy stay,” Elijah replied with a thoughtful nod. “Director Enger and I have crossed paths briefly, but my official duties are set to commence in the next quarter. It feels imperative to establish myself here on OED first. Moving homes and settling in is quite the undertaking, and I didn’t think it fair to immediately dive into a new job. Besides, while it’s a long-term commitment, it’s also part-time. It wouldn’t feel much like retirement if I were constantly working,” he chuckled softly.

“And yes, another reason I chose OED,” he continued, a hint of enthusiasm creeping into his tone. “Director Enger’s work with the University has certainly made waves. Starfleet, in particular, has shown interest in scholarships and similar initiatives, but they’re not the only ones. OED’s educational system may soon become highly sought after.”

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

“Already is, actually.” Reilly said. “The University has already established a pretty highly regarded exchange program with several other institutions… even the Daystrom Institute is part of it. That is probably due to the fact that we have Daystrom Awardee living here on Oed. And the Klingons have established a number of scholarships for refugees and those who have the capability but not the ability to attend a higher education program. House Duroc, you should read up on them. Hell of a story tying them to Oed.” Jason said with a laugh.

Reilly

“It’s not just the university though. Director Enger is making waves at all levels of education. She’s just recently managed to get the top Early Education specialist to come and head up that part of Oed’s educational system. Runa McKenzie is sought after by a lot of people. I’m excited to see what she does for Oed.”

Hannah grinned, and there was the impression she might be laughing, but she didn’t. “Jal’na, Lady Duroc, is a wonderful person. She’s the best physical therapist I’ve ever worked with. The story between Lord and Lady Duroc is equally interesting. Right before I arrived, Sacred Heart’s charity foundation had a fundraiser. A bachelorette auction. Lord Duroc apparently won his wife in the auction. He also pledged a huge amount to fund multiple scholarships a year for anyone pursuing a degree in Physical Therapy. As for the rest of the story, I’m not sure how much is true and how much is exaggerated.”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

Elijah listened intently, his interest piqued by the depth and breadth of OED’s educational initiatives, one of the main reasons for he being here at all. With each revelation, he found himself more intrigued by the intricate connections and contributions that shaped the educational landscape of the colony.

“It’s truly a wonderful thing to hear about the impact Director Enger and the University are having,” he remarked, his tone reflecting genuine admiration. “The involvement of the Daystrom Institute in the exchange program adds a prestigious dimension to OED’s educational outreach. And the Klingon scholarships for refugees speak volumes about the inclusive and humanitarian ethos being fostered here, I hope that it expands beyond the university and cultivates the same culture throughout OED.”

“Sacred Heart Hospital and the Oed Educational system are shinning beacons within the colony. Alice Shrine, the head Civilian nurse, runs the charity outreach. She has been working very closely with her counterpart at the university.” Hannah grinned, “No one says no to Alice. She is like everyone’s grandma and favorite aunt rolled into one.”

As Hannah and Jason continued to share their insights, Elijah’s curiosity deepened, his mind buzzing with questions and possibilities. “Jal’na Duroc’s story sounds remarkable,” he noted, his voice tinged with admiration. “It’s heartening to see such generous contributions toward education and community welfare. I’d love to learn more about the impact of their initiatives and how they’re shaping the future of OED, perhaps if you know how I may be able to meet with them, it’s been said I should try to learn more about OED and its people?”

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

“Well, I only work with Lady Duroc. I don’t know her personally. However, Cmdr Fayth is a very good friend of hers. I can ask her to make an introduction if you like,” Hannah offered.

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

“I will give you fair warning. Doctor. Lady Duroc has a stellar reputation and has served the colony well.” Jason said. Lord Duroc, however… well… how to put this delicately…” he pondered more to himself than the others in the slider. “He’s insane. Even by Klingon standards. Or perhaps especially by Klingon standards.” and he laughed softly and shook his head.

Jason

Elijah nodded thoughtfully, absorbing the information. “Thank you for the offer, Hannah. And I appreciate the warning,” he replied with a wry smile. “Perhaps it would be more prudent to let events unfold and see if destiny chooses to cross our paths,” he added, a hint of humour in his tone masking the distrust and burnt bridges between her and the Lieutenant Commander, he could at this stage see no way forward with her and asking her for help was so far from here that it may as well be outside the galactic barrier. “But I’m certainly intrigued to learn more about the Durocs and their contributions to OED. If the opportunity arises naturally, I’d be keen to meet them. It’s all part of my mission to understand OED and its people better.”

Hannah smiled, “Oh it’s no trouble. I’ll send her a message right now.” Before anything else could be said she had a small PaDD out and typed at it quickly and then put it away.

The group seemed to come to a slow but steady stop in front of an area with several restaurants that lined both sides of the plaza, most if not all had patrons dining both inside and out, with rooftop balconies and on-street dining. “Is this the place?” he asked.

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

Reilly grinned. “No, but we can’t drive to the restaurant right now. C’mon.” and he opened the door and held a hand out to Hannah.

Hannah took his hand as he helped her from the car. Thank you. Then she stepped aside so as not to be in the way for Dr. Mercer to exit the slider.

They were on a street with light traffic and few lights. “This way.” Reilly said and led them across the street and into an alley. Through a series of shortcuts, and once even walking through what appeared to be someone’s apartment, after some ten minutes they stepped out onto a very crowded street. “Welcome to the Plaza Exchange, Doctor. Don’t get lost.” Reilly said with a small laugh.

One of the first things Hannah did was make sure her combadge was in her small handbag and not on her person. Another thing that was noticeable was, despite how busy it was, there were no Star Fleet personnel Herr. At least not obviously so.

The place was centered in a large open square between four buildings… hence the plaza. The bazaar filled the square and the surrounding four buildings: eight story structures built when OED was still a fledgling colony, with open gound floors that allowed the stalls form the plaza to flow into the buildings themselves. Vendors, food suppliers, merchants, and traders from all over known space could be found here with wares even more diverse. Part flea-market, part food market, part artisan commune, and all circus. “This is one of the best 0laces to shop in all of Oed. Just… be careful. Not everyone is above-board. Follow me.” and he took Hannah’s hand and set it on his arm and began walking.

Hannah gave him a look and then grinned as her hand slipped onto his arm. It was not a place she would venture alone. During the day it wasn’t so bad if you knew what to look for and avoid. The noise did take a handful of moments to adjust to. It was very different from the hubbub of the rest of the city. Hannah was grateful for Jason’s presence.

Soon, they found themselves in front of a somewhat out of place building. This one was clean, well-maintained, and was opulent for the surrounding area. A deep red carpet under a sage green canopy that covered the expanse of sidewalk from street to building led up to two large white marble doors with silver hardware. Above the door was carved ‘The Russian Tea Room, OED V’. “One of only two in the galaxy.” Jason said. “The other is in on Earth in New York City. That one has been in business since the early twentieth century. This has been here since before the dome.” and he nodded to the doorman who opened the door for them.

Reilly

Hannah’s hands fluttered excitedly. I always wanted to go there, she signed. She glanced at Mercer and flushed. “I do apologize. I was telling Jason I always wanted to go to the one on Earth. I never had the opportunity.”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

Elijah chuckled softly, his gaze shifting from the Russian Tea Room to Hannah. “No need to apologize, Hannah. It’s fascinating how certain establishments can transcend time and space, isn’t it?” he remarked, offering her an understanding smile. “Reminds me of studying old Earth cultures in social science,” Elijah commented, his eyes scanning the building. “Before warp travel, historical places like this were rare gems, offering a glimpse into different cultures and traditions. The Russians, in particular, was an interesting culture, with oligarchs and dictators shaping their history, how far we’ve come since” he mused, his tone reflective. “If I recall they had a particular fondness of Vodka, Roulette and borscht”

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

“To hear my previous CMO tell it, they still do. She’s Russian. Her husband confirms it. If anyone had any doubt, when her Ba…” Hannah paused it was an unfamiliar word for her to say and it didn’t come out quite right with her accent. “Her grandmother arrived, the doubt was gone. Cmdr Knight told a lot ofnstories about her family and their traditions.”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

They moved through the door and into a small entrance hall. They were approached by a well suited maître d’. “Welcome back to the Russian Tea Room, Mr. Reilly. Doctor Asimina, it a pleasure to have you with us tonight. And Professor Mercer, a true honor to have you dining with us. If I may be so bold, your lecture at Oxford on Neutonian particle behaviors in heavy gravity was inspired. Please, follow me your booth is ready.” His voice was heavy with a Russian accent, but his was very easy to understand. He led them further into the restaurant. The unique first-floor welcomed guests with intimate leather banquettes in Russian red, golden samovars, Christmas-decorated chandeliers, period paintings, and shining green walls. The lush red carpeting had an exquisite nineteenth-century Russian motif, while the ceiling glimmered with gold leaves and the exotic firebirds decorated the walls.

The man led them to a large circular corner booth across from the bar. The bar was relatively full, and the party drew some attention from a few seated and those standing behind them. The rest of the dinning room was active but not overly busy. Jason let Hannah slide in and then sat beside her, gesturing for Mercer to take the other side of he table. The maître d’ set red leather covered menus in front of each of them and said “Tea service will arrive shortly. If you care for any drinks from the bar, your server is Semyon, as you requested Mr. Reilly.” Jason smiled and said “Thank you so much, Gerasim. And do give my best to Nikolaevna and Evgeny, please.” The maître d’ beamed and said “Of course. Do enjoy your evening madame and gentlemen.” and he inclined his head and moved back to the front of the restaurant as a server arrived with a full silver tea service and set it on the table, prepared a glass cup with silver base and handle for each of them, and then left. Jason picked up his cup and held it up. “To new friends and wonderful times.”

Reilly

Hannah thanked the man politely and slid into the seat before Jason. She watched him talk to the maître d’ with a smile. Jason really had a way with people that was impressive and there was pride in Hannah’s gaze. She perused the menu slightly before the server arrived.

Elijah reciprocated the gesture, lifting his own cup in response. “To new friendships and memorable experiences,” he added with a warm smile, acknowledging the sentiment. As he settled into the plush booth, he couldn’t help but admire the elegant ambience of the Russian Tea Room. The atmosphere was both refined and welcoming, a perfect setting for an evening of good company and conversation.

Hannah lifted the tea, the heat and aroma sadly reminding her of the last time she’d had hot tea, and why she hadn’t in a few weeks. She smiled though, “New friends and new adventures.” The tea was very good and Hannah savored it for a few sips before putting it down and returning to her menu.

Glancing over the menu, Elijah marvelled at the array of traditional Russian dishes listed, each one sounding more enticing than the last. His curiosity piqued, and he turned to Jason. “I must admit, I’m intrigued by your familiarity with everyone here, and not just here I noticed many people observing us as we moved through the plaza, you seem to be well connected Jason.”

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

Jason chuckled and said “Pretty sure that they were watching us to see if we were worth mugging. And this is one of my company’s standard client meeting places when we are looking to… impress… as it were.”

Reilly

Hannah didn’t go business meetings with Jason, but she could see the draw of the place. “He’s right. The Plaza is somewhere that we, Star Fleet, is strongly encouraged to avoid. We aren’t forbidden, but it’s one of those places best left to the residential population.”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

Elijah sipped his tea, which was as good as any he could remember trying in the past. “That sounds a little counterproductive, surely if a place were so dangerous starfleet should try to make an effort to go there, ignorance of a situation doesn’t make it go away… I’m sorry, recent events have made me be over critical as it were.” He said setting the tea down for a moment. “They really are missing out on such a lovely place, you’re lucky you have Jason to show you where the best places are, and he is equally fortunate to have someone as yourself to take”

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

Jason shook his head slightly and said “The PE was established long before Star Fkeet showed up.Besides, it’s not their job to ensure law and order herr. And it serves a purpose. I once had lunch with the Police Commissioner Herr on Oed- great man, really dedicated to his job and the people, by the way- and he told me that every civilization, city, town, and village has it’s darker elements. The bigger the population, the more there is. The Plaza Exchange and the Police have a kind of… unofficial agreement… with the vendors and merchants. The merchants don’t do anything that threatens the populace; and the Police don’t shut down everybody. He said it makes it a lot more efficient if you know where most of the non-violent crime rakes place.”Jason laughed and said “He said ‘No law enforcement agency can completely remove all crime. The PE simply helps us manage the level of criminal activity.” He took a drink and then said “And from a business standpoint, I have to say it is nice having a place to buy the hard-to-find items. Nothing illicit, mind you. But you won’t find chocolate bars like the ones on Earth anywhere else.”

Reilly

Hannah grinned at Jason, “You and your chocolate.” She sipped her tea then addressed Mercer. “Jason’s right. Besides it isn’t our job, as Star Fleet, to interfere in the individual operation of a colony or member world. Oed has its own police force and military. They have their own emergency services, educational facilities, medical services, science division, and building construction. Our job in Star Fleet is to assist when asked. I’ve done this kind of work my whole career, and I know from experience that Star Fleet makes the best impact when we take a back seat. Everyone gains that way. Oed is a prime example of that.” She laughed then, “And you are assuming because we don’t interfere where we aren’t asked, that we don’t know what’s going on.”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO

Elijah subtly indicated that something was off as he shook his head. “I believe there’s a misunderstanding. I’m not suggesting they should police or intervene in crime; that’s not their responsibility. Rather, advising their personnel not to come here at all seems counterproductive,” he remarked, taking a sip of his tea. “I didn’t jump to conclusions.”

Doctor Elijah Mercer
Professor / Scientific Advisor
Oed V

Hannah’s expression became contemplative and slightly confused for a moment. She glanced at Jason and then back at Mercer. “I have offended you. I do sincerely apologize. I was not meaning to imply that you had. Sometimes the connotations of words and phrases between Federation Standard and FSL do not translate well. I do apologize for my faux pas.”

Lt Asimina, SFAMO


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