Off the Record

(A more extemporaneous entry) Listen to this Episode After 2 and a half years of not talking with me, my dad called me. He called with the purpose of reiterating what he has already told me; which is to say that he accepts my transition but still remains firm in his belief that little kidsContinue reading “Off the Record”

Captain’s Blog: Stardate 12062021.8

Listen to this episode I went on my first away mission with my work crew. During the ride in the shuttlecraft (car), the conversation was lighthearted. The specific details of the mission are classified per orders of Starfleet Command. I will say that the mood inside the shuttlecraft was somber once we were flying backContinue reading “Captain’s Blog: Stardate 12062021.8”

Priority 1 Transmission, Part 2

The conversation builds on what was said in Captain’s Blog: Stardate 10172021.7 and in the previous entry Priority 1 Transmission. Ray’s text is in italic and I respond underneath. This is his response to the priority 1 transmission. There’s much I can say on the end times, but I don’t think you’ll hear me on it.Continue reading “Priority 1 Transmission, Part 2”

Captain’s Blog, Stardate 09022021.3

Listen to this episode As Starfleet officers, my crew and I always look forward seeking out new life and new civilizations. Lately, we have found ourselves exploring Bajoran space. Starbase 460 (Seventh day Adventist church) had an uncomfortably large amount of people crammed into the space station considering the galactic plague. I’m not fond ofContinue reading “Captain’s Blog, Stardate 09022021.3”

Captain’s Blog, Stardate 08272021.4

Listen to this episode Our ability to undertake missions has been adversely affected by the dense ionized nebula our ship finds itself in. (Wildfire smoke has drastically reduced the air quality) Additionally, it has been difficult to conduct away missions when the interstellar radiation (the temperature) reaches above 90 millirems (degrees Fahrenheit). Still, with someContinue reading “Captain’s Blog, Stardate 08272021.4”

Captain’s Log, Stardate 08052021.5

Listen to this episode We were mapping the Folso sector when my crew decided to beam down to Willows 3. The class M planet was abundant in lush foliage, marsh and rocky outcroppings. While conducting routine scans and documenting our findings, I had a lot weighing on my mind. One thing that was on myContinue reading “Captain’s Log, Stardate 08052021.5”

Captain’s Log, Stardate 07262021.2

Listen to this episode The ship was deployed to the distant Sonomas system in order to coordinate with Starfleet Medical regarding a routine cosmic procedure. (meet with my surgeon about breast augmentation.) I could’ve had this procedure done a lot sooner but I had tried to give the estrogen time to do its work. Plus,Continue reading “Captain’s Log, Stardate 07262021.2”

Captain’s Log, Stardate 07182021: Part 1

Listen to this episode As I stare at my PADD (computer), I have a number of things on my mind. Part of me wants to talk about my week in chronological order. Another part of me wishes to talk about things in order of importance. A third part of me wants to write an unstructuredContinue reading “Captain’s Log, Stardate 07182021: Part 1”

Captain’s Log: Stardate 07102021.7

Listen to this episode Once again, the quadrant is being affected by intense interstellar radiation (very hot temperatures). Still, my expertise was needed at the Quadrotriticale (rice) shipping facility at Wesac 8. As I arrived, I was told of a potential disaster in the making when some baby tribbles were spotted near the Quadrotriticale siteContinue reading “Captain’s Log: Stardate 07102021.7”

Captain’s Log, Supplemental

Listen to this episode I decided to visit Starfleet Academy (my old uni) on a whim. A lot of memories come to mind when I’m here, mostly good. Being accepted into Starfleet was always a hope of mine growing up. Having the love of my life with me was a dream come true. When IContinue reading “Captain’s Log, Supplemental”