Sherlock is first to die of old age and leaves behind his bees and his John. John feels responsible to take care of the bees Sherlock had loved so much and every now and then when the thought of Sherlock makes him feel especially sad he just goes outside talks to the bees for hours and tells them about the adventures he used to have with is amazing genius husband
ughhh i have a paper due tomorrow and i can turn it in up to a week late with a ten point deduction and i’m struggling to care and finish it tonight but i’m getting very near the point where i won’t give a shit
The pair are anti-heroines in the mould of an Elaine Benes or a Roseanne Conner, characters who are not beloved for feminine virtues of ‘kindness’ or ‘niceness’, but for living their lives unapologetically. - Nicole Elphick
Lets Draw Sherlock - Characters when they think no one’s looking!
JW: Remember when you said Sherlock wanted to be a pirate?
MH: Initially, yes.
JW: Well, apparently he still does.
MH: Ahh. You’ve found the book have you?
JW: Didn’t have to look very hard…
Sherlock still indulges in a bit of mindless reading every now and again. Though he often seeks comfort in one book in particular. Funny that.
John comes home from the clinic early to find Sherlock sound asleep with a book. And though Sherlock claims that the books he reads are for case and chemistry purposes only, John’s pleasantly surprised that Sherlock has at least one adventure book among the lot. He feels like he’s just walked in on a very private moment so, after snapping a photo for safe keeping, John leaves Sherlock be and retreats upstairs.
Martin Freeman at the Japanese Premiere of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (x).
broad city is short enough that i can just pick a random episode for a little shot of cheering up
thanks broad city
"I wish that I could, but I’m so close to finishing season one of ‘Damages’, and I made this, like, amazing cashew stir-fry for the week, so I’m actually pretty booked."