It’s one possible explanation of some of the facts. You’ve got a solution that you like, but you’re choosing to ignore anything you see that doesn’t comply with it.
#That’s it #that’s the show
I think that the Christmas party in ASIB is a mega game changer in terms of how Sherlock perceives Molly. I think once he full on realizes that she likes him, and that may in part cause some of her awkwardness, his view of her kind of changes? He starts to see Molly the person rather than Molly the morgue and lab tech who gives him body parts and kind of annoys him a bit. I mean, just here, this bit where she says that everyone else was busy with Christmas and he realizes that that means that she’s actually alone at Christmas and really has nothing else better to do. And in some ways that’s a lot like Sherlock was before John arrived. And this is before the ‘I don’t count’ scene and that in itself is just… wow. I mean to hear from someone that they don’t think that they count / are worthy to you is in itself shocking, but I do think that Sherlock holds her in quite high regard and the searching sort of look that he gives her after she says that is like a ‘you really think that lowly of yourself?’. I think that that’s why Sherlock goes to her for help just before the roof scene because he knows that with Molly he can trust her implicitly, and that not only does he need someone after it, but that maybe she could do with a friend too and just ugh these two, they make my heart bleed.
I want to do dirty things to that mouth
I’ll lick it clean afterwards
“On the count of three, shoot Dr. Watson.”
something sherlock this time, as requested by jonyellowsnow
Beautifullyheeled asked me to do a cover again for another fic she’s going to write. She gave me the general concepts and details and also a song which helped me a lot with the inspiration.
That’s the result :)
Prepared to do anything. Prepared to burn.
If you believe in me, how can I be dissolving?