after her mind was able to relax a little, and the ship was out from the water. Part of Beno was afraid to sleep, but it was something that needed to be done, even the best of them could only stay awake for so long. The ship was in a state of bad repair, and she hadn't slept a lot the whole time, something that most of the crew had in common. In a day dream that she had in sickbay, it started to unravel buried deep in her mind. It was something that sent chills down her spine, as memories of the shuttle craft going in to the water hit the surface.
Very soon going under water, and how deep the small ship had went under water. She was hurt but very much alert, and everyone had the task to come up with an escape route. Communications were down because of the landing, and the depth of the water. Thinking back on it while looking up at the roof of her quarters. For some reason when there were strong dreams, Beno had a tenancy to sleep walk so attaching a monitor to herself it would send out a message about where she was. drifting off to sleep, she was as comfortable as she could be. Everything started to to get blurry, and sounded so distant.
Everything started off as it was blurry, and when everything became clear. Everything started too look bigger than normal, and with a glance at her hands they looked a little small. Skin was a little more youthful, and it didn't take too long to come to the conclusion that she was a child. In the shuttle that was clearly under water, her brother was there, and a man that she didn't remember even didn't even look like a trill. This would be the second time that he had appeared in a dream brought on by such strong feelings, but had randomly appeared in different dreams. He never really spoke, and when he did it was never understood by her.
One other thing that made him incredibly odd, was the fact he was never seen by anyone else in the dream. No matter what else was going on, he was never seen or heard by anyone else. He would often vanish with out a trace, and randomly re appear. This was something that confused her in the dream, and when she was awake she just brushed it off as just a dream. Eventually she started to remember the courses of events, and how they were able to get out and up to the surface. It took a toll on her, and took a while to physically heal.
On the floor of the shuttle craft, her legs were not working this was something new. During the actual incident, they did work but she was uncoordinated. Normally this is a part that she would wake up, how ever this time was different. It was like she was trapped in the dream, and her usual tricks didn't work to get her out of this state. Was it because her body was so tired that it was unable too? Or was it because of something different? She defiantly had to figure it out, and she wasn't fully aware of what the passage of time was. Only being able to use her arms to get around. it was going to take a while to get anythng done.