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First Officer

USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)

The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few. Or the one...

Commander Spock
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
theman-withthekey:

I should stop taking selfies…expect that I think I’ve found my good angles…

//birthday selfie mania

theman-withthekey:

I should stop taking selfies…expect that I think I’ve found my good angles…

//birthday selfie mania

reblogged 3 weeks ago @ 26 Mar 2014 with 5 notes via/source
[Jim enters Spock's quarters with a flurry and, in quick movements, grabs his t'hy'la's head gently to press a kiss to the top of his head happily.] T'Saan's coming to earth during our shore leave! [Jim is a happy butterfly of radiating energy.]

[Spock has some warning of course, but the rapidness of all Jim’s actions don’t afford him much time to react, but he tilts his head slightly as Jim leans down to kiss the top of his head. Lifting a brow as he turns to face him, Spock sets aside his work.]

I knew she was considering it. I am pleased to learn that it will be possible. I know she has been anxious to see Earth.

answered 3 weeks ago @ 26 Mar 2014 with 1 note

//still super excited that I share a bday with Spawk. :D

captainofthesky:

first—officer—spock:

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captainofthesky replied to your post “//This is just a PSA to say that three important people have birthdays…”

JIM IS GOING TO BOMBARD SPOCK ON HIS BIRTHDAY

//haha oh goodie lol. i’m sure he’ll not understand that :D

maybe not, but he’s gonna get kissies

//lulz. also did you see my reply? t’saan meeting mama kirk is going to be presh.

reblogged 3 weeks ago @ 25 Mar 2014 with 2 notes via/source

captainofthesky replied to your post “//This is just a PSA to say that three important people have birthdays…”

JIM IS GOING TO BOMBARD SPOCK ON HIS BIRTHDAY

//haha oh goodie lol. i’m sure he’ll not understand that :D

posted 3 weeks ago @ 25 Mar 2014 with 2 notes

//This is just a PSA to say that three important people have birthdays tomorrow.

Spock

Carrie (mun, duh)

Leonard Nimoy

live long and prosper y’all

#ooc
posted 3 weeks ago @ 25 Mar 2014 with 2 notes
reblogged 3 weeks ago @ 23 Mar 2014 with 3,593 notes via/source

captainofthesky:

Jim, on the other hand, didn’t mind the questions at all; he, also, was quite inquisitive. As a boy, it was nearly unbearable how many questions he liked to ask. He was always the ‘why?’ type. Smiling brightly, Jim rested a hand on T’Saan’s head with a nod, encouraging her to follow him out of the shuttle bay. “Nope, just a short drive. Well, nothing in Iowa is just a short drive, but shorter than a shuttle.”

As he led T’Saan out toward his mother’s borrowed car, he beamed over at Spock, allowing him to feel just how pleased and excited he was. Of course, he had no doubt that the Vulcan already knew— there was rarely a time they were truly emotionally disconnected— but still.

T’Saan fell silent as she was quietly bid to, but she also fell into immediate step behind her father as he turned to go. Spock easily caught them, walking beside the child, glancing down every so often in her direction. The sudden upswing in information coming from Jim’s side of the bond pulled his attention away, however, and he gave his t’hy’la a small smile. Despite the fact that Spock and made the decision to take responsibility for T’Saan largely on his own, he had welcomed Jim’s excitement and desire to be involved.

Reaching the vehicle, Spock opened the passenger side door, extending a hand to help T’Saan clamber up into the front seat. She had grown a good deal since he’d last seen her— taller than a human child of her age but quite thing, typical of a growing Vulcan. T’Saan tucked her dark hair behind her pointed ears, silently winding the long strands into a neat braid. Satisfied, she glanced over her shoulder to Spock who had settled himself in the back seat before training her dark eyes out the window. 

"This part of Earth is rather flatter than the rest, is that correct?"

reblogged 3 weeks ago @ 23 Mar 2014 with 7 notes via/source

captainofthesky:

Jim had the tendency toward enthusiasm immediately upon being reunited, but he restrained. He knew it wasn’t very Vulcan to lift T’saan up and snuggle her until he had his fill, nor was it very refined of a Starfleet captain. Even if said captain was off duty. He nodded back at Sarek, hardly able to keep his smile at bay. It wasn’t often that Jim got to be with the entirety of his family, and T’Saan had never met his mother before. Drawing his daughter under his hand as they were left alone, Jim grinned at his t’hy’la.

"Sight seeing, and meeting my mom. She can hardly wait. She’s been cooking all day. She’s been having fun figuring out Vulcan recipes. Brilliant engineer, not so brilliant cook, so I hope you’ll indulge her."

T’Saan put a small hand to her mouth, ostensibly covering a hint of a smile at the way her father was joking. She glanced up at Spock, the two Vulcans exchanging a seemingly empty look, but there was a silent understanding behind it. Although T’Saan had not eaten any meal off her home planet, Spock’s service in Starfleet had made him used to an odd mix of intergalactic diets. “I am certain whatever she makes will be more than adequate. It is kind of her to attempt to accommodate T’Saan.”

The child nodded, adjusting the bag across her shoulders with an small struggle that led Spock to take it from her. “So we’re going to meet her now?” T’Saan blinked up at Jim curiously, head tilting to the side in an habit that mirrored the older Vulcan beside her. “Is it far? Do we need to take another shuttle?” Spock lifted his brows at the sudden overflow of questions, setting a hand on the girl’s shoulder as a gentle reminder. She would learn all she needed to if she were just quiet and patient.

reblogged 3 weeks ago @ 22 Mar 2014 with 7 notes via/source

captainofthesky:

first—officer—spock:

The appearance of an asteroid field behind Jupiter had delayed the shuttle’s arrival by at least an hour. Rather than leave the bay as most others waiting had done, Spock had been content to remain and wait— patiently working on a set of potential examination answers. Due to scheduled maintenance, the crew of the USS Enterprise was spending nearly a month on Earth. For the Vulcan Commander, that meant pressure from the Academy to teach at least a short course on Xenolinguistics— few other officers had the expertise he did after all.

"Jim." 

Despite the volume of the crowd around them, Spock’s keen Vulcan ears had easily picked up the high-pitched ping that announced the shuttle’s arrival. Standing and tucking the small tablet into his black uniform jacket, Spock moved over to Jim, nodding toward the now-green light above the doors for bay four.

Perhaps it was his mind as a new, first-time parent, or his knowledge of all the things that could go wrong in space, but the delay made Jim anxious. It wasn’t like he had much experience with typical intergalactic relocation. In non-Federation, starship matters, Jim had really only used common transportation methods to move back and forth from Earth to Tarsus. Vacations outside of earth had never really been his thing. The delay made his foot bounce as he waited beside his lover, knowing it was probably driving Spock crazy— if Vulcans had the lack of patience to be annoyed, that is. But, finally, Spock alerted him of the arrival, and he perked up, standing quickly. He grinned in anticipation, watching each passenger walk out, some vaguely annoyed at the delay.

Until Jim saw his own little girl, and his smile broke across half his face. Not bothering to hide his excitement, Jim rushed forward as soon as he could and lifted T’Saan up.

"Hello!"

The small Vulcan wasn’t surprised that it was Jim she saw first, but she did catch a glimpse of Spock over his shoulder. T’Saan gave him a bright smile as she was lifted. “Hello, father.” She flipped her long black hair of her shoulder— the more formal term of address coming out due to a combination of her habit of speaking in Vulcan and perhaps her getting older. Back on the ground, she smoothed her dress, lifting a hand toward Spock as he appeared. The Commander knelt, pressing his fingertips to the child’s in the traditional familial greeting. “How was your journey?”

It was a familiar baritone (and not the child’s eager voice) that responded first, however. “Pleasant until the asteroid field— though the delay was hardly unexpected this time of year.” Ambassador Sarek, just a few steps behind T’Saan, gave Jim a polite nod after answering his son. “Captain Kirk. You and my son will forgive me— I have a pressing engagement.” Looking down to T’Saan, he rested a hand on the girl’s head. “Be well, child.”

Spock waited until his father had gone before turning to the others, looking between Jim and T’Saan. “Have you two made a plan for the rest of today? I have few responsibilities at the Academy until tomorrow.”

reblogged 3 weeks ago @ 22 Mar 2014 with 7 notes via/source

The appearance of an asteroid field behind Jupiter had delayed the shuttle’s arrival by at least an hour. Rather than leave the bay as most others waiting had done, Spock had been content to remain and wait— patiently working on a set of potential examination answers. Due to scheduled maintenance, the crew of the USS Enterprise was spending nearly a month on Earth. For the Vulcan Commander, that meant pressure from the Academy to teach at least a short course on Xenolinguistics— few other officers had the expertise he did after all.

"Jim." 

Despite the volume of the crowd around them, Spock’s keen Vulcan ears had easily picked up the high-pitched ping that announced the shuttle’s arrival. Standing and tucking the small tablet into his black uniform jacket, Spock moved over to Jim, nodding toward the now-green light above the doors for bay four.

posted 3 weeks ago @ 22 Mar 2014 with 7 notes
//psssst. did you want a starter? 'cause i'll do it. i'm being a lazy fool this weekend.

captainofthesky:

psssst yes <3

because i need carrie snuggles and jim needs spock snuggles and t’saan snuggles

and all sort of snuggles to be had

//ON IT.

answered 3 weeks ago @ 22 Mar 2014 with 1 note via/source