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Personel Log - My First Day.

Posted on Thu Sep 24th, 2020 @ 4:55pm by Ensign Michael Sevmet

Ensign's Personal Log - Stardate *********

I start my new posting today. The start of a new era I guess. Since me and Jen split and I accepted my first real deep space assignment, I've been feeling a little uneasy. I suppose because I'm truly sailing into the unknown - both for my career and my personal life.

I dunno. Maybe I'm just talking nonsense.

My parents threw me a nice celebration back home when I first got the assignment. It was nice to be with family before I venture out on the Chuck Norris.

The Chuck Norris isn't like the Lexington. It's more... cosy, shall we say? The quarters aren't nearly as spacious as my previous posting. I was hoping to set up my holo-projectors, but there really doesn't seem to be a lot of space. I'll have to spend time with my holo-dog Sadie on the holodeck, but it's not ideal. Theres nothing like ending your duty shift, and coming home to her lovable face as she greets you. We'll still get to play in the dog park program, but my access will be much more limited. Her toys are now just in storage.

I have a bunk mate now. Maybe he won't mind the extra company? I'm not sure how Vulcans actually feel about dogs though. They probably don't see the logic in having a walking, barking lightbulb for a pet. His name is T'arme. He seems nice. Well, pleasant for a rather aloof Vulcan anyway. I hope we'll get to know each other better.

I'd rather make these logs in private, so thats been a bit tricky. I ended up taking a PADD to the cargo bay. I miss having my own quarters.

Anyway I met my commanding officer Ech'am G'ginloss. A Klingon. Luckily, since I have some experience with Klingons it wasn't too intimidating - but I can see how it would be. He's typical no-nonsense. Likes the job done well. I think I'm going to learn a lot on this assignment.

I was assigned to scrub some conduits and realign some transfusion coils. Nothing too complicated, but still pretty tiring work. I'm looking forward to some holodeck time. I know my councillor said that if I'm too immersed in a fantasy its not really a good thing but I think I just need to settle in for a bit. Besides I'm on a really good part of the story in my Western program...

Whilst I'm not really in a rush to start dating again, I know that at some point I'll be longing to meet a special someone. Give it time Mike... give it time. No rush.

End of log.


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