The Unit went on a scouting and recruiting mission yesterday. Special Agent in Charge (SAIC) Ruach went along with us along with the Unit mascot, Cherokee. We were checking out a possible young recruit down south who was in need of her own Special Agent to keep her safe when her brain went on the fritz.
We reconnoitered the neighborhood and the Rev and I went in leaving SAIC Ru and Cherokee to keep watch on the vehicle. There were two canines living on premises already who were quite pushy especially the gold boy who kept smelling in places he shouldn’t have been smelling. (Boys) The younger one wanted to play but she didn’t realize I was working and I had to get back inside to check on the Rev.
The Rev. spoke mostly with a adult female, though there was an adult male hanging out there, too. He seemed kind of sad, like he was missing something. I was puzzled but let him pet me when he wanted to. About half-way through the mission, the Rev. brought in SAIC Ru and Cherokee. After checking in with the Rev., SAIC Ru turned her attention to the adult male as if he needed tending to.
I’m always watching SAIC Ru to see if I can pick up tricks of the trade from her so I was curious about her divided attention. SAIC Ru wasn’t pushy with the male – just followed him around and went outside with him. He seemed to relax some. Ru even followed him upstairs once when he went to get away from the noise in the house.
On the ride home, SAIC Ruach told me she had sensed some of the same dark energy coming off this male that we feel coming off the Rev.. And if the Rev is in an OK place, there is nothing preventing us from checking in to where other negative energy is coming from and tend to it. That’s what makes for good Agents – being able to multi-task. She still came back to check on the Rev occasionally-plus I was there – though I have to admit I was kind of preoccupied playing ball with the two young pups. (Sigh – I will be getting demerits for that). I guess I still have a lot to learn.
Well this is Special Agent Arkeo signing off for this year saying “keep all four paws on the ground”. See you round the kennel in 2013.