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Spock had watched the other children, following her examination. Despite multiple assurances, and a very elaborate explanation, she had not yet been entirely convinced that this was not an elaborate plot to kidnap and detain her. Yet...as the other children left to the individual care of guardians and, on occasion, parents, Spock began to wonder.

She folded her hands in her lap and regarded the general motions of sickbay. The other children were gone and she was not a priority. The various nurses and doctors continued about their work and Spock watched them idly. She had not expected continuous conversation, nor had she desired it, but the lack of external stimulus forced her to rely entirely on internal contemplation.

Without an alternate topic, the only thing she could think to contemplate was the time. It was an irrelevant topic, as there was little she could do to influence it, or the actions she felt should have occurred, but it was the only topic she had. Spock watched the chronometer on the far wall, for lack of alternate stimulation.

Two hours seventeen minutes prior, presuming that the doctor had not been truthful with her, her mother was supposed to have landed the flitter outside of the academy and taken her to the doctor. One hour and five minutes ago, her sister would have arrived home. Ten minutes ago, they would have partaken of dinner.

It was the fourth day of the week. Barkaya marak and ameelah.

Spock was irrationally saddened by this thought. She took a slow breath and ignored the sensation. It would slide away.

(OOC - I'm going to be questionably available for the next two days. This is just to allow some interaction so I don't lag behind everyone when we conclude this. I do hope that was vague enough, about the examination conversation, M'Benga!mun.)

Date: 2010-02-01 10:45 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
Leonard, slightly alarmed by the rather nonspecific message the acting Captain had sent out, had messaged Christine - not that he would have considered himself a close acquaintance of any of the individuals in question, but he did have a great deal of respect for the female Spock and very much enjoyed her company.

The reply he'd received made him blink at the PADD for a few minutes. Evidently, this was transporter-malfunction week; all that they needed were people split into good and evil, now.

They had been turned into children. Would it be at all possible, Christine asked, for him to look after Spock for a while, given that she was still busy in sickbay?

And so, a quick chat with Bill and De later, he found himself walking into sickbay, quickly spotting the Vulcan girl by her perfect posture, looking somewhat lost on a biobed.

He approached, not without a frission of anxiety.

Date: 2010-02-01 10:52 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
Spock was not paying attention, a feat given how little there was to pay attention to, and was very nearly taken by surprise when she finally noticed the human approaching. He was not in uniform, nor did he appear to be a doctor.

Spock blinked as he stopped beside the bed. He seemed wary, a curious reaction given her diminutive size.

"Who are you?" Spock asked evenly.

Date: 2010-02-01 11:02 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
His wariness was entirely based in the uncertainty of how she would react, whether she would accept anyone taking care of her, for the time being. Leonard still hadn't decided quite how to approach this; he was only too aware that child or not, she was undoubtedly still fiendishly intelligent and perceptive.

"My name is Leonard Nimoy," he introduced himself, right hand automatically assuming the familiar Vulcan greeting. Some familiarity surely couldn't hurt. "Live long and prosper."

Date: 2010-02-01 11:13 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
Spock watched his hand and arched a brow. It was required that she answer in turn, but why was he bidding her farewell so shortly after beginning conversation? Perhaps he was utilizing it as a general salutation? Curious.

Spock lifted her hand in a similar motion. She had yet to master the motion, but it was easily recognizable.

"I am Spock," she answered simply, "Peace and long life."

Date: 2010-02-01 11:32 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
The arch of her brow seemed to signify something more than just recognition.

"I take it the ta'al isn't used as a general greeting, then?" he questioned as he slid onto the bed next to her, taking care not to invade her space. "It's nice to meet you, Spock."

Date: 2010-02-01 11:37 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
Spock placed her hand back in her lap and watched as Leonard Nimoy took a seat beside her. He was very tall, even when seated.

"No, not in situations such as this," Spock answered. "But it is not wrong."

She stared up at him.

"I have yet to ascertain if it is nice to meet you, Leonard Nimoy, I cannot comment," Spock continued, though her words had no subtext. "You are tall."

Date: 2010-02-01 11:51 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
Leonard couldn't help but smile at that, just barely resisting the temptation to ruffle her hair. God, but she was adorable.

"That I am," he acknowledged. "And you must be rather..." not bored, surely boredom counted as an emotion? "unstimulated sitting around here on your own." Not to mention confused.

Date: 2010-02-01 11:55 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
"I have been examining the far chronometer, calculating missed appointments," Spock explained and pointed at the object where it was embedded in the far wall. To permit him to miss it would be a hindrance to her explanation. "In fourteen minutes it will be time for musical practice."

Spock let her hand fold back into her lap.

"It is...a mediocre use of time."

Date: 2010-02-02 12:02 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
"Yes, it doesn't sound interesting at all," Leonard agreed, with sympathy. "Has anyone told you why you're here, in the first place?"

Date: 2010-02-02 12:06 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
"Yes and no," Spock answered unhelpfully. "I was informed of the unlikely incident."

She was still not certain she believed the doctor. She did not understand how transporters worked, nor remember being transported, but the only other option was kidnapping. This did not appear to be a kidnapping.

"I was not told why I remain here, specifically," Spock continued. "I have ascertained that it is because none of my family are present."

She looked at him, silently, for a moment.

"You are not a doctor, nor are you injured. Why are you here, Leonard Nimoy?"

Date: 2010-02-02 12:37 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
"Yes, well. This ship is rather full of unlikely incidents. Chaos theory in practice?"

He considered her in turn.

"I'm here because none of your family are. And it just so happens that I'm... lost in a sense as well, so I've got a lot of time on my hands. Christine asked me whether I could look after you, for a while. Provided that it's acceptable to you, of course."

Date: 2010-02-02 12:50 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
It had not occurred to Spock that she would have to go without her family for an extended period, at least not one long enough to merit others being appointed the concurrent tasks. Spock processed this thought in silence and considered the situation.

He had given her the option of his guardianship. It was a curious factor that did not fit with either set of her established data.

She looked back up at the clock on the far wall.

She would not be permitted to remain in this place indefinitely. Her eventual alternative was unknown, something that could be far less open to her choosing. Spock's brow furrowed. She disliked unknown variables.

"I have considered your proposal," Spock admitted after a few minutes. It was true, she had. "Based on the current data, I find it acceptable."

Date: 2010-02-02 01:40 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
"Good." He smiled warmly at her as he got to his feet. "I know it's less than ideal, and you'd rather be with your family, but I'm sure we can make the best of it, right?" He motioned towards the door. "Feel free to ask me any questions you might have, and I promise I'll at least attempt to answer them, so long as they're not advanced mathematics. How would you prefer spending your time, over considering missed appointments?"
Edited Date: 2010-02-02 01:40 am (UTC)

Date: 2010-02-02 02:02 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
Leonard Nimoy was very excitable. She would have to be aware of this.

Spock rose from her seat and carefully stepped down onto the stool beside the biobed. Another careful step put her feet on the floor. Leonard Nimoy was much taller when he was standing, though that was an inevitability. Spock blinked up at him.

She would not mention that she preferred spending her time working on advanced mathematical problems. It might illicit an equally exuberant, negative response.

"I play music or engage in activities with my cat," Spock answered vertically. "I occasionally go out and experience alternate activities as a means of personal growth. Where are we going?"

Date: 2010-02-02 02:17 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
"There's a cat on board the ship, actually, Yontaya." Leonard stopped briefly to let one of the nurses know that Spock hadn't simply disappeared - thankfully, she seemed to have been briefed by Christine about the possibility of him coming to collect her.

"My quarters," he answered. "Well, ours, really. I'm sharing them with two friend of mine, but you can have one of the rooms, for the time being."

He just hoped Tex wasn't going to show up in the middle of the night. He hadn't seen it for a while.

Date: 2010-02-02 02:20 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
Spock walked with Leonard Nimoy. It was difficult to talk to him and walk in tandem. He was very tall and eye contact was required to ensure that understanding had been established. Spock waited until he stopped before a doorway to query him further.

"There is a cat? Is it easy to find? Does it permit hugs?" Spock prompted quickly, before they could enter and her questions could be disrupted again.

"Are your friends also very tall?"

If they were, this could be a difficult arrangement.

Date: 2010-02-02 02:34 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
...she would get a crick in her neck, if this continued. Leonard sank down to crouch in front of her, bringing them somewhat closer to eye-to-eye level.

"Yes, there is; it usually finds you, but I'm sure we could check; and if it likes you, yes it appreciates hugs." He regarded her curiously. "Would you like a hug? I'm always happy to give them, but I didn't want to presume. And no, neither of my friends are as tall as me."

Date: 2010-02-02 02:40 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
"That is fortunate," Spock replied, "I would require very significant shoes in order to maintain regular conversation."

She regarded Leonard Nimoy and considered his offer. Did she require a hug? Her residual emotion had not cleared away so quickly as she would have hoped. That it was lingering was a distraction.

If she were to continue to focus, it would behoove her to eliminate this problem.

"Yes, I require a hug," Spock answered and leaned forward to wrap her arms around Leonard Nimoy. It was different, but sufficient.

Date: 2010-02-02 02:52 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
It was a good thing Spock had moved to hug him, as she might otherwise have been somewhat disturbed by the wide grin that took over his face at the comment about shoes.

He returned the hug fully, wrapping his arms around her slight form and stroking soothingly down her back, the gesture instantly taking him back in time more than having this deaged body again, to all those occasions when he'd held his children like this, when they'd been frightened, or needed comfort, or simply some physical reassurance.

"You know," he said gently, "I'm very impressed how you've dealt with this whole situation. It requires a lot of adaptability, that."

Date: 2010-02-02 04:06 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] science-blues.livejournal.com
Spock did not move away as Leonard Nimoy spoke, apparently physical contact was a sufficient replacement for visual confirmation of understanding, but her brow did furrow slightly. She considered his statement. The hand against her back was rhythmic, relaxing. Ultimately, it was a subconscious distraction.

Had she been dealing with a situation? She had been remarkably passive, particularly in light of her lingering suspicions. Had she unconsciously adapted? Would she be required to actively adapt? Did that imply that this situation was indefinite?

Her analysis was fruitless, she did not have the data required for such contemplations. Spock relaxed forcibly and closed her eyes as she took a slow breath. This hug was indulgent in length.

Given the current circumstances, it was permissible.

Date: 2010-02-02 12:48 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
Leonard withdrew at long last, face gentle as his hands smoothed down her hair in a last soothing gesture.

"I'm sure they'll work out a way to fix this, before too long," he said, addressing unvoiced fears that undoubtedly existed on some level, Vulcan or not. Come on," he rose to hit feet, "let's introduce you to my friends, yes?"

The dorr slid open as his palm hit the sensor. De and Bill, Leonard had no doubt, would be waiting inside.

Date: 2010-02-02 12:56 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] canadianbill.livejournal.com
At first glance, Bill saw only Leonard standing in the doorway. He had drawn breath to call out something vaguely salacious before he noticed the small, upright figure whose head was somewhere down by Leonard's waist.

"Hello," he said, to the small person. And then to Leonard: " - what the hell happened?"

Date: 2010-02-02 01:03 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
"Transporter malfunction," Leonard summed up succinctly, knowing Bill had enough experience with these things to not need a blow-by-blow description.

"Spock, this is Bill Shatner. Bill, meet Spock, she'll be staying with us for a little while."

There wasn't really a question as to which Spock - for one, if it had been Jim's, they'd all have received a message about it, no doubt.

Date: 2010-02-02 01:12 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] de-forest.livejournal.com
De appeared only a moment later, emerging from his room where he had been reading again at the sound of voices in the main room. He wasn't expecting to see a small child.

"Hello," he said, tilting his head in confusion, but smiling gently at the child while shooting a questioning glance over at Len.

Date: 2010-02-02 01:38 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] len-not-spock.livejournal.com
Leonard resisted the slight urge to sigh. Did anybody read his notes anymore?

"As I was just explaining to Bill, there's been a bit of a hiccup with the transporters - several people got deaged. Scotty's working on fixing it, right now. Christine asked whether we could look after Spock here until he's worked it out." He crouched down again. "Spock, this is DeForest Kelley. See," his eyebrow arched up, "as promised, neither of them are as tall as me."

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