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He said he didn't like himself very much at the time. Because he felt tremendous guilt over the accident that took the lives of his friends at Caldik Prime, as well as shame about ducking responsibility right after it happened, in his own eyes he had been a total failure.

He tried to cover up his feelings of inadequacy by acting like he didn't care. It took quite a while for the others on the ship to realize not only that he really did care a very great deal, but that he was prepared to sacrifice his life, if necessary, to save the lives of his crew mates. From some of the events, in fact, I believe it's a miracle he lived long enough to father any of us. The worst accusations, however, had to do with the assertion he married my mother because he wanted a regular sexual partner; and since he had already dated everyone else on Voyager , she was the only one left.

According to that book, he had to "make do" with her. If my family ever discovers who wrote those logs, we will sue for libel. My father was as devoted to my mother as she was to him. During the memorial service for her, he confided to my husband and me that he was ready to go any time, because my mother told him she had no intention of going into Sto-Vo-Kor without him, so he'd better not be late.

He died less than six weeks after she did. We are all convinced it was of a broken heart. Because of the popularity of this bastardization of my father's life, however, my family finally determined it was worth the time to sift through the actual logs and publish what we could.

It has taken me almost three years of full time work, since my own retirement from Starfleet, to edit this material. I have been asked by many to publish my own memoirs. After this experience, my answer will always be, "Not a chance. I'm never going to do this again. I must give convey all my love, thanks, and gratitude to my husband Thomas Riker for his patience, support, and fact checking.

Since log entries often had to be made some time after a crisis had ended, the Stardates do not always accurately reflect of the timing of the events described. His willingness to do research to check on facts like this to enable us to correct what we could prior to the publication of this volume was invaluable. I also must thank my sister Kathryn Paris Reed and my brothers John and Owen Paris and their families for contributing their time, energy, and recollections so that these logs can be made available to you.

How's this for a kick. Thomas Eugene Paris, making a personal log entry on a Starfleet vessel. I'd better not get used to it. Captain Janeway's made it oh, so very clear that this is going to be a very short trip. A little vacation from my comfortable digs in New Zealand. She said if I helped find the Maquis vessel that had gone missing, I'd get a good recommendation at my next review.

Especially when it's exactly nothing. I keep telling the Feds I don't know anything, and they don't believe me. The Maquis are long gone from Malagra, I know that.

I can't help them. But at least I'm free, for as long as it lasts. It may only be a few weeks before I'm back in Auckland, but I'll enjoy it as long as I can. With luck, at least I'll get laid. I always thought that Betazoids didn't read your minds unless you said it was okay. One of the rules of being a good little telepath. I think she broke the rules there, for a moment. Or maybe I did come on a little too strong. Hell, she's the first woman I've had a crack at since.

Janeway really was pretty cordial to me, though, I have to admit. Not like Cavit and the doctor. Yeah, I think that's the doctor's name. I can do without those two, with their snide remarks. Harry - Harry Kim - asked me why they were freezing me out, and I told him I was tired of telling the story. I don't figure I need to bother. It's only a matter of time before they fill in the kid on my glorious career.

Harry's a good kid, even if he is naive. That Ferengi was going to skin him for every credit he possessed! I actually enjoyed hanging out with him.

Too bad it isn't going to last. It was almost like back on the Exeter. Before it all went so bad. Anyway, we headed out of DS9 a few hours ago and we're headed for the Badlands to see if we can find my good old friend Chakotay and his lovely consort Seska.

And whoever else is with him. Chakotay, I could give a rat's ass about turning in. He always thought I was a damned spy anyway. Seska is undeniably one of the worst c. I promised myself I wouldn't think that way again, not act like such a jerk any more.

Let me just say that throwing that bitch Seska's ass in jail would be a pleasure. Almost worth going back to jail myself. Ran into Stadi today.

She wouldn't even say "hello. The captain called me into her ready room this evening. She showed me what this Tuvok had on the Maquis crew. It's the Val Jean he was on.

No mention of Ro, thank God. Knowing how she notorious she is to Starfleet, I can't imagine Janeway's security chief not mentioning her if she were with them. God, I hope she isn't dead. I'm sure I would have heard about her capture, even in Auckland. No, I won't believe it. Ro Laren finally just came to her senses and went home, to Bajor, where she belongs. I hope her Prophets help her find peace. Anyway, we talked a little about what I knew of the Badlands. I told Janeway I didn't know much.

I was tempted to tell her that the biggest Maquis hideout was at Port Hakkarond on Delistor. Visiting that charming place might have been fun. The lovely Garinta, charming flower of womanhood.

Getting rolled in an alley. Getting beaten half to death. Laren and me, in that crummy room, with the sun shining on her body, that last morning. No, all the memories from there weren't bad, were they?

I didn't tell Janeway that, finally, because for all I know, that's where they really are now. There were enough sympathizers in Port Hakkarond, I know that. And I really don't want to betray the Maquis, not really. Chakotay and Seska are one thing. It may not have been my fight, but they were fighting against injustice, against the Cardassians. I don't think they were wrong.

I tell the truth, and they don't believe me. Maybe I should just tell them I am the Maquis. Or maybe that dear old Dad, most forgiving parent in the known universe and Starfleet admiral par excellence, is the ringleader of the whole damn organization. I wonder how Admiral Paris would like spending some up close and personal time in the same prison as his only son? I'm in the fucking Delta Quadrant, over 70, light years away from home. The chances of me getting back to New Zealand in my lifetime are almost nil.

Especially since all the Maquis are ready to kill me for "betraying" them, my lifetime isn't going to be all that long anyway.

Actually, I guess I should be happy to be alive. A lot of people aren't. I can't say I'm broken up about the loss of Cavit and Fitzgerald. She had actually smiled at me when she walked down to take the conn. It's really too bad.

Maybe there could have been something there. She was a pilot, too. Stuck out here, maybe, eventually, I would have been able to break through with her. There was something about her. Maybe we could have had a future together.

I don't have much of a future, do I? I'm going to be spending the rest of my life waiting for somebody to stab me in the back. I'm glad we got Harry Kim back from those Ocampa, though. He's a great kid. Not very smart, hanging around with me. When one of the Maquis on board finally gets me, they're liable to take Harry out, too. I'm not sure it was a smart thing to do, saving Chakotay's life like that.

He still hates me, even if the captain claims he's my "protector" now. But I just couldn't leave him down there to die. He might have been glad to leave me down there. Maybe it wouldn't have been such a loss if I was the one who'd been stuck down there. We needed him to get away from those Kazon thugs, when he crashed into the array. Or the Kazon ship, come to think of it, I think that's what he did. It'll be easy for Janeway to make the Maquis and the Voyager crew into one with his help.

His people respect him. And like I said, it's some kind of Indian thing. He owes me now because I saved his life. I can't believe I'm actually able to dictate that. Only a field commission, but am I going to worry about that now?

I've got at least 73 years to enjoy that commission, assuming I don't do anything to screw up again. And I'm not going to screw up anything again. I don't ever want to do anything to disgrace myself with Janeway. She actually believes in me. I still can't believe Chakotay's put out the word that anyone who does anything to me has to answer to him.

He's going to be pretty damn busy, I bet, trying to keep me from being attacked by anyone. His crew is just itching to get at me, but they'll have to wait their turn. The Starfleet crew figures they've got dibs on getting me, because they all seem to have gotten the low down from Cavit and Fitzgerald about my dubious Starfleet achievement at Caldik Prime.

There isn't anybody here that likes me, except Harry. And maybe that sweet little Ocampa thing, Kes. I'd love to get something going with Kes, but that odd little alien boyfriend of hers, Neelix, gave me the evil eye when I said "hello" after I got my commission back. I don't know what there is about him, but I have this really strong hunch that I'd better not mess around with his girlfriend.

He seems like the kind who can take care of himself. I have to respect anyone who can keep a piece of junk like his ship flying, too. Just one of the many new alien species we can expect out here in the Delta Quadrant.

If the Alpha Quadrant is any gauge, I figure we'll run into a couple of friendly species for every unfriendly. Borg, Kazon, Talaxian, Ocampa. I don't much care, as long as I am far, far away from dear old Dad. Things can't be any worse out here than they were at home. I'm back in Starfleet again, but I don't have to put up with The Admiral's expectations.

Maybe I've lucked out by being thrown into Paradise. Now, if I can just find somebody to sleep with. We've got people on this ship, but only half of them are women. I'd better hurry and find someone soon. People are going to be pairing off. I'll have to see who I can find who's reasonably good looking and easy to get along with, because I'm not about to count on finding a woman on shore leave. I don't think there're too many women like Kes, who are willing to hook up with somebody who's headed to the other side of the galaxy.

It's going to have to be somebody on this ship. Not a whole lot to choose from. It would be great to find somebody who could be my best friend, not that I can expect that. I'll never find anybody like Ro Laren again. That kind of love comes along once in a lifetime, if you're lucky. That little Klingon engineer, though.

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