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Tea parties with Molly at Bart's
  • Sherlock: *definitely not listening*
  • Molly: *staring at sherlock* he's cute when he's all focused...
  • John: ugh I know he's adorable
  • Molly: o_o
  • John: *still looking at sherlock*
  • John: *quickly looking away and blushing*
  • John:
  • Molly: um... *giggling*
  • Molly:
  • Molly:
  • Molly: ok honey. *still giggling*
  • Sherlock: *still REALLY NOT LISTENING*
  • John: nervously chugs tea*

“We encounter the Word, that is Christ, in those who reflect Him, who show us the Face of God and who reflect His meekness, His humility of heart, His simplicity, His kindness, His sincerity.”

~Pope Benedict XVI

(Image via Redford, MI)


Songs My Brothers Taught Me (Chloé Zhao, USA, 2015)

This complex portrait of modern-day life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation explores the bond between a brother and his younger sister, who find themselves on separate paths to rediscovering the meaning of home. Cast: John Reddy, Jashaun St. John, Irene Bedard, Taysha Fuller, Travis Lone Hill, Eléonore Hendricks.

  • *at bart's with molly*
  • sherlock: i want to go for a drink on every street where we solved a murder.
  • sherlock: *opens file*
  • molly: is that john's head glued on to the vitruvian man?
  • sherlock: yes...
  • molly:
  • sherlock:
  • molly:
  • sherlock: anyway...
molly hooper

-over the years of john and sherlock living and solving crimes together, they’ve spent a lot of time at st barts.

-molly helps them and usually when john is waiting for sherlock to finish testing everything, him and molly get tea and talk.

-they have learned a lot about each other and have become really close friends.

-they even have a routine; when john and sherlock get there, molly pulls out the little round table and two fold up chairs and john runs out to get the tea from a few doors down.

-sherlock actually has no idea this is happening ever.

-or so john and molly think.

-sherlock listens to their conversations and has seen how molly and john have gotten to be almost like a brother and sister.

-when sherlock wants to know more about what they were talking about, he plays a game of texting molly and asking john really abstract, vague, seemingly unimportant questions to piece together what their tea chat was really all about.

(i might write more about the conversations over tea, if you have any ideas, please send an ask)