Re: LZ: Regina reports in
> "NeNe! Will you sit down!" Said the young Asian looking Ensign,
>"You're embarrassing me!" Meanwhile a young girl, about 12-13, was
>scurring around the Shuttle Craft. "NeNe, you're embarrassing me! Hav
>a seat." The Ensign demanded once again, thus time reaching out to the
>younger girl, but just as she did the child backed up into another
>Ensign spilling his drink.
> It was at this point that Ensign Nai Regina succeeded in getting
>her sister to sit down and behave herself---somewhat. Ensign Nai turned
>to her little sister and began to lecture her, "Listen here, I don't
>know how lax our grandparents were with you, but they are getting to
>old to look after you anymore. Thus, I'm now responsible for you....
>it's what we've both wanted ever since our mother was killed. But I'm a
>Star Fleet Officer and you're behavior reflects on me, so I want you to
>start behaving yourself!" Regina lectured.
> Just as she finished her lecture she turned to the other Ensign,
>"I'm sorry for my sister's behavior. She has been testing me to see
>just how much she can get away with, and I'm starting to wonder if I'm
>up to the challenge..." Regina might have gone further, but the young
>man's smile disarmed her.
> "It's no problem," he responded, "I have 3 younger brothers and
>sisters, so I know just how troublesome they could be. So are you on
>your way to the Lunar Training station too?"
> "Yeah, and then hopefully to be assigned to a research ship in
>the Gamma Quadrant, but you know Star Fleet, they never send you where
>you want to go" Regina says.
> "Nod, Star Fleet has a tendency of sending you where they want
>you, not where you want to go." The Ensign responds.
> Not knowing exactly where to carry the conversation, Regina
>simply lets the conversation die, which obtained a snide remark from her
>sister---which embarrassed Regina to no end and brought about a smile on
>the part of the other ensign.
> A little while later the shuttle craft lands at it's destination
>and Regina checks in with the appropriate authorities. NeNe *pronounced
>Nay-Nay* accompanies her, neither really sure where NeNe should go.
Was there a point to this?