April Fools(A/N: Sherlock / Watson One shot staring RDJ!Holmes and Jude!Watson who are together and Sherlock goes all out to trick Watson on April 1st. For the awesome Anenenemeney!)More Like This
It has recently come to my attention that Holmes' demeanour has somewhat taken a slight turn for the worse. It has been just over a week since I realised that he has become increasingly more distant towards myself and Mrs Hudson and absorbing himself in his research.
"Mr Holmes, I have your tea here, please eat something today." said Mrs Hudson as she placed the tray on the paper strewn desk. An inaudible mumble from the detective was all the reply she got as she closed the door behind her. I kept glancing from the paper that I was reading, to the man hunched over all of his apparatus, mixing chemicals left right and centre, who was obviously in a world of his own.
After a while I looked at my pocket watch and rose to my feet, folding my paper and resting it on top of a precarious mountain of books. "Holmes, it's lat
Who do you think you are?The day had gone better than expected for Lestrade. Sherlock had been on one of his better days and he had actually caught-up with the days paperwork. He still had a daunting mountain of other reports still cluttering his desk but he took the small victory and left the yard in high spirits. His evening had gone well also, a quiet night in with takeaway, crap telly, Mycroft massaging the stress out of his shoulders. Life was blissfully simple for Gregory.More Like This
His mood was spoiled when his phone chirped, informing him of an incoming message. There was no caller ID as he didn't have the number saved but he recognised it none the less.
"Greg, what's the matter?" Mycroft asked softly. Greg realised that he was frowning at the offending technology and wiped a hand across his face in an attempt to remove it. Without opening it, Greg deleted the text and all but threw his phone onto the coffee table, staring at it ruefully. Mycroft waited patiently for Greg to answer.
"Karen." Greg said hoarsely.