Today is my first day of training in the basics of how to survive in space. Time to get my first enviro-suit and figure out how to use it.
There was no way I was going to sleep well my first night on Luna. I finally got up and wandered around Tranquility, exploring the base and getting to know it a little before my first training.
I had a dilemma. I had been hired to seduce this man, to make him infatuated with me, and to break his heart. This was nothing new. I had long since lost count of how many men I had broken over the years. But I didn’t like breaking men who were undeserving of my cruelty.
Getting to Luna was fairly easy, but mostly boring. Once it was sealed and moving, my transpo capsule would take 18-20 hours to get to Luna, depending on traffic. Until then, me and the other passengers would sit, sleep, eat and generally hang out.
Time to check in at the Icarus Launch Center. It’s hard to believe I’m not coming back, or if I ever do make it back to Earth, it won’t be for a very long time.
What would it be like to be a Joe-nobody who signed up to be a miner on distant worlds in order to work off the debt he incurred just by living in a corporatocracy? Let’s find out together, shall we?