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Jan. 8th, 2016


We're looking for a suitable replacement for Dr. Crusher. I hesitate to put more on your shoulders, especially given that this is predominantly an administrative position, but I wondered who you would recommend? Does anyone have hospital administration or laboratory administration?
I've offered your name for the position of Second in Command for Animals & Agriculture. You did so wonderfully at the Farm, and I think it's a shame to waste that talent.

If you're not into the idea, let me know as soon as possible.

Dec. 26th, 2015


I got to spend Christmas with Sarah this year, which is more than I expected to get when I first got here.

Sarah's basically my kid, for those of you who haven't figured it out yet. She got here last month. When I say "basically mine," I mean in every way that really counts. I've raised her for the last few years, up until I got here by myself. It's been good to see her again, although I really can't say I wished she'd come here. Not to say I didn't miss her every day, but I was okay thinking about her going to high school and parties on Saturday nights and being a normal kid, even if she wasn't here with me.

She knows. She asked me today, I couldn't lie.

Dec. 14th, 2015


The wind whips devilish through the tents at Bagram Airbase and at night, if it's quiet, and when there isn't enough heat to keep the patients warm, we seal up the seams beneath the door with our coats to huddle in the middle theatre together.

I'm glad to see this place is relatively airtight.

Hi. I'm Will.

- bloody hospital scrubs, all the better for shredding
- one pencil and a notebook of observations, all unfit for this new world
- one calendar, ticking off the weeks to midsummer's day
- this tablet

- kirjava (oh god)
- my pen

Is this the work of Æsahættr? Has it been found, forged, what have I done. Careless. Lacking in wariness. In foresight. I haven't been challenged. Someone must pay. I am sorry, mother. I am sorry, Lyra. Give me the strength to fix this alone.

Dec. 5th, 2015


(004) Mara Jade Skywalker

Since I have settled just a bit more, I thought I would ask which of you are also parents of young children? My Ben is just around 6 months and I would very much be interested in getting to know some of you better.

Have you spoken to Jacen any more?

Dec. 1st, 2015


Chatty to Betsy Braddock
» I'm about to help Simon locate his sister.
» Can you tell me if she's registering in your psyche?

Chatty to Tony Gates
» I'm going to be a little bit longer than expected.
» River Tam is missing.
» Quentin is asleep.
» If he or you or Sarah needs me, I'll come back immediately.

Nov. 16th, 2015


Filter to Major Lilywhite
If you have time tomorrow, I'd like to have a meeting concerning Quentin.

His nightmares have turned into night terrors and I don't know what to do for him.

Filter to Rumpelstiltskin and Belle
I have your test results, and I'd like for you to come see me tomorrow so that we can talk about how we're going to treat you from a non-magical point of view. We don't have access to a large amount of manufactured pharmaceuticals, but we do have natural remedies that will hopefully help, along with keeping a close eye on your sodium intake, as well as an exercise regimen. Your condition is very serious, but it's not dire, and you can live for many more years if you take care of yourself.

Filter to Tony
How's Sarah settling in? How are you adjusting? I miss

Nov. 14th, 2015


Who: Tony Gates & Sarah Riley, awwww
When: Toniiiiight
Where: Medical!
What: Tony's adopted daughter shows up, just in time for the holidays :D
Rating: G. Super super G.

The minute he heard, Tony swore his heart stopped. )


Chatty to Tony Gates
» I need you back in Medical.
» It's for a good reason this time, I promise. :]

Chatty to the Doctor (10)
» I did an autopsy on Donna. Between my tricorder and the equipment we have here it went fairly quickly.
» I could find no cause of death. Audrey described symptoms of a stroke, but I couldn't find any indication of one.
» I'm terribly sorry.
» Be truthful: how are you and the other Donna's holding up?

Nov. 10th, 2015


For those who knew her, Anne Blythe disappeared. We really need to find out where they I will miss her and her kindness greatly.

I wanted to take a moment to thank our wonderful medical staff. I know that I've said it before, but you don't get enough credit as far as I'm concerned. I thank you all for the care you have given me and my children. I suspect that we'll see you many times in the next few years.

That means there's a spare room in my housing unit.
How are you settling in?

I still can't believe we won the war against the Adversary, and that it was Gepetto all along. What in the world possessed him?

Nov. 1st, 2015


As much as I'd love to blame this lovely thing on residual effects of Utopium, even I can't see hallucinations happening weeks after. So it's got to be a prank, yeah? Ha ha, Major. I forgive you for being a total prat all week! Hilarious. You certainly went to a lot of effort, with what the very realistic hospital and pandering to my crushes on Simon Tam and Beverley Crusher. You got me.

Oct. 30th, 2015


Up for drinks sometime?

Oct. 15th, 2015


If anyone is... not their usual selves right now, and is concerned about their health, I'd be glad to take a look at you and make sure everything's fine. Although, not knowing what's causing this is

I have to say, I'm feeling a little left out.

Oct. 6th, 2015


Filter to Medical Staff and Administration
First, allow me to tell you how proud I am of all of you, for the jobs that you've done lately with the werewolf situation, and with the odd illnesses and injuries that are a normal part of life here in Mount Weather. You are all exceptional beings.

But I would like to address a situation that may or may not be becoming a problem for us as medical workers. We are each expected to take on the burden of caring for everyone in this mountain, but I've discovered that all too often we neglect a significant portion of the population: ourselves. We take extra shifts, or stay longer, or take on extra patients, at the expense of our mental and physical well-being. While we may work like machines, we are not. We are living, breathing beings that need sleep and time off and, yes, sex. Don't neglect yourself. Take time to be with your partner, if you have one, to read a book, take a walk, visit the schoolrooms to see the children, or to just sleep. Keep an eye out for each other. If someone is showing signs of fatigue, stress, grief, or anything that may be affecting their quality of life, speak to them -- or approach me and I will speak with them. Don't do what I did, and bury yourself in your work out of some misguided idea that would take your grief away or make it easier to bear.

Starting tomorrow, each of us -- including myself -- is expected to adhere to the hours we're scheduled. Don't stay late to get just one more test result logged; the next person can handle that. Of course there will be times when we'll be needed to stay longer, all hands on deck, with only a brief break here and there for sleep or food. Now is not one of those times. Things are relatively peaceful, and we all need to take advantage of that.

In short: keep to your scheduled hours, find time to play and to sleep and to eat.

Secondly, after some discussion with Drs. Griffin and Jackson, we are implementing a new processing procedure for new arrivals. Upon awakening, after giving us their name and the names of people they know at home -- a loved one, friends, or otherwise, we will use the database that has been gathering information since we all arrived to ascertain if someone that they are familiar with is here. If there are, then we will inform the new arrival of that, and will also contact next-of-kin or a friend, so that they can help acclimate him or her to their new home. This procedure is to be implemented immediately. If you have any questions, ask.

Filter to Alison Hendrix
I wonder if, down the line, you'd be willing to have a guest director for the Mount Weather Community Theater? I've directed many plays on the Enterprise, and I continued with it once my time on the ship ended. I'm not particularly good at directing musicals, but plays I'm quite good at.

Oct. 4th, 2015


Filter to Tony Gates
Am I too serious?


So, not the weirdest place I've woken up, but it's in the top ten.

I'm told this is like a holonet, more or less.

So hi, I'm Jacen Solo and my sister is trying to steal the device to talk to people so Jaina says hello too. I'm working with the animals and my sister is a scout. Which is kind of perfect for us.

Also, I'm sorry again to the medical staff. It's friendly answers to me. So it was fine. Still, sorry.

[Solo Family]

You're all here.

You have no idea how much I've missed you all.

[Ianto Jones]

Seems like we're your roommates too

Sep. 24th, 2015


It is entirely possible that I am the one who splurged at lunch AND dinner and ate three pears between the two meals, but they were so wonderful and I couldn't resist. It's wonderful to have an appetite again, and to want to eat, and to not think that all food looks terrible and will probably kill me. So, kitchen staff! I will be returning to you on Sunday!


I don't suppose that there is any baby furniture in storage? Bed, changing tables, rocking chairs are all very necessary. I suppose that the changing table isn't, but it would be nice. I still have several months, but there are others who will need all of this much sooner.

Are there baby clothes? Recieving blankets? Little booties and nappies?

Snow White
I think that I am beginning to show. Dr. Gates told me that my little one is now about the size of a lemon! How wonderful to be able to have an idea of the size of one's baby while they're still baking.

Kaidan and Shep
I need to speak with the two of you. It's very important. And I threw a shoe this morning while looking for my other pair, and it's on top of my closet and I can't reach it, so I need one of you, too.

Kitchen Staff
I'm returning, as I said above! And it will be good to be back; as wonderful as working with the children is, I've found that when I married, I truly did put that part of my life behind me. I miss joining you in the kitchen and creating food with you. I feel that we had a wonderful harvest this year -- I really like the word wonderful this evening! -- and I think that we also should celebrate that. I think that for many of us here in Mount Weather from different places and times, we all have a tradition of gathering around a table with family and friends once or twice a week. With that in mind, I would like to propose the idea of Sunday dinner.

Of course, we eat every Sunday, but Sunday dinner is different. We cook and eat foods that are reserved just for that day, or for special days, and they have a little extra cream, or an extra dessert, or just feature a meal that we don't eat often. What say you?

Sep. 22nd, 2015


[Filtered to Medical]
Penelope has fallen unconscious. I do not know why. I am bringing her to Medical now.

[Filtered to Sera, Asala, and Remus, about an hour later]
Are any of you free at the moment?

Sep. 15th, 2015


I woke up in need of a health care professional. Dr. Swineheart is not here, and he was my OBGYN. Needless to say, I wasn't aware that people could gain physical updates as well as mental.
I need you.

Sep. 14th, 2015


Okay, Mount Weather. More parties like last night, less werewolf wars. Deal? Just because we're living here doesn't mean we can't have fun more often.

I should audition for that variety show, right?

Only problem is I have no idea what to perform. Help, you're my only hope.

Sep. 9th, 2015


(OOC: probably earlier today)
Jordan's here.

We're bringing in a newcomer, fresh out of a pod. You'll need to be careful with her. Not for her sake, but for yours. Touching her skin with yours will cause you a great deal of pain.

I'll try to stick around until she wakes up so that she doesn't feel like she has to defend herself against any of you. She might not be too happy to see me, but at least she can't hurt me.

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