The Past Three Days
I can’t even begin to describe the past three days.
I don’t need to tell you what happened – I know you all can read. We’ve had reporters from every paper you’ve ever heard of on our tails since the trial. Can’t go outside without stepping on one. They all want a statement from Sherlock.
It was worst right after the verdict. Not because of the reporters, but because I had to take the Tube back and when I got there, he was pulling away from the curb. Moriarty. Just like that, casual as anything. Blew me a kiss as he drove by, I thought for sure I’d go upstairs and find Sherlock lying dead on the floor.
But he wasn’t dead. I’m sure you knew that. A murder would really make the headlines. No, we’ve been keeping our heads down and plan to for a little while longer. At least, I do. Sherlock’s already getting restless.
Tuesday was also the anniversary of the day we met, Sherlock and me. He remembered. I didn’t. I suppose that’s just how it goes.
The Falls of Reichenbach
It was a dark and stormy night.
… is how you all would like this story to begin, I’m sure. I know what you’re after, all of you new readers and members of the press. Phone’s been ringing off the hook since that article ran on Thursday.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy you’re here. Sherlock’s been in a mood, but he’s Sherlock. The reason this is all a bit strange to me is because I think this is one of the least interesting cases we’ve had in a while – it only concerns a stolen painting, and the last one I wrote up involved giant glowing hellhounds. Either way, welcome everyone. My hit counter is telling me there have certainly been a lot of you…
Before I forget…
The only really exciting thing that’s happened in the past couple of weeks is Sherlock’s started taking driving lessons.
I know. I can’t believe it either.
He’s getting them from Victor though so at least he’s in good hands. They went out this afternoon and came back in one piece, which is reassuring.
Just thought I’d let you all know so you can steer clear of the streets.
OOC: That story is explained in more detail here. c: