I have to inform my followers, that I am moving, and I am not sure when I will be back “on” internet (and a drug it is!). The internet tec should show up on monday, but I don’t trust these people or at least my phone company. So with luck I’ll be back next week, but there is a chance, I will have no internet till next year.
I have my smartphone, but… you guy’s know…
Well, I’ll try to be positive, and hope to come back soon. All my furniture will go tomorrow, and I’ll hang around till Sunday, so maybe I’ll will reblog some stuff, but after that I am gone for the moment.
I wish everybody a good time! Stay with me! And take care! GBH
I’ll post this message two more times for different times zones.
The Abbey Grange
"Come, Watson, come. The game is afoot."
*leaves* Watson goes back to sleep. *comes back*
"Get your clothes and come."
You know what you are Holmes…
After Sherlock Holmes dead at the Reichenbach Falls. Doctor Watson was not the only one, who had lost a friend.
»No one knew, but sometimes late at night, he woke up, haunted by the memories, of the only man who he had ever trusted in, who he had believed in.
He couldn’t tell anyone, he just couldn’t tell that he was grieving the same way Watson did, or Miss Hudson, because he was simply not aloud to show his weakness as London’s finest. Grief was unacceptable, they had told him.
But late at night, he did. He grieved, not only for a colleague - for a friend.«
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Thank you. So very nice of you. I send lovely greetings to the other side of the world.
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"Good heavens, who would associate crime with these dear old homesteads?"
"They always fill me with a sudden horror. It is my belief Watson, founded upon my experience, that the lowest and vilest alleys in London do not present a more dreadful record of sin than does the smiling and beautiful countryside."
(Source: sherlockismyholmesboy, via thedoctorgoinghome)