FTEC, Thursday (5/5)

Thursday, May 5th, 2011 07:26 am
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Scully was writing up reports, while keeping an eye on Triela.

FTEC, (4/21)

Thursday, April 21st, 2011 12:08 pm
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Her finals all done, Scully was concentrating on her medical investigations now, trying to find more possibilities for treating Triela. The timeline they'd established in early March said there was less than a month left-- maybe only a few weeks.

A breakthrough could happen any time now, really.

[open and OCD-free]

FTEC, Thursday (3/24)

Thursday, March 24th, 2011 03:51 pm
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Scully was reading up on journal articles; drugs, long-term effects, types of intervention. And hoping for something silly today. A stubbed toe. A gremlin bite. Possibly the world's worst hangover.

[open and ocd-free!]

FTEC, Thursday, 3/10

Thursday, March 10th, 2011 12:28 pm
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Scully was reading up on advances in science since 2000; it was good to have developments to look forward to in her own world in the next decade or so. Hopefully.

[open and ocd-free]

FTEC, Thursday June 25

Thursday, June 25th, 2009 03:38 pm
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It had taken Simon some time to overcome the embarrassment over what had happened that week which he tried not to think about. Hopefully someone would have forgotten about it by now.

Not the nurses though. Well, they might not recall their own behaviour, but judging from the looks they gave him Simon assumed they remembered what he had done. He decided that the best strategy was to reorganise the storage cupboards.
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She’d been half-tempted (okay, more than half) to call in and switch her shift around to the evening one just so she could spend more time up in the air when Ino had realized that, really, the notebooks she was using were rather impractical for really being useful for a full coast-line map. Even at her scale, it was a rather lot of pages, all neatly numbered and organized.

Which meant, sigh, that Ino gave in, and headed to the clinic—after making a quick stop to pick up a few sheets of rather large paper and some finer pens. The nurses watched, bemused, as she set up her things and got to work on transcribing the maps from her notebooks to the larger (and hopefully more useful) sheets of paper.

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