Hello it's Sherlock because I've got pictures from visiting the butterflies and I wanted to post them so here they are. Lestrade sent me that title he said it was about butterflies but I think it's about cake. They were at the Natural History Museum and so if you're in London you should go and see them too before the winter comes. When you go in it's hot and there are butterflies everywhere and you have to be careful not to tread on one. You also can't touch them but they land on you and that's okay. There's a mirror at the end, and if you don't have any friends you have to look in it all over you in case you have a stowaway because if it went with you outside into London it might die because there wouldn't be any others like it and it might be cold or not find anything to eat. So you have to be careful.
It was great and you should definitely go. and now John says I have to put a cut in here but definitely LOOK AT THE PICTURES BY CLICKING because they're good.
Here are some just drying out:
These ones are really big you can see how big compared to the banana and they liked rotting fruit and although their wings are all browny on the underside they had this nice soft blue sort of colour inside.
In a minute we're going to see Lestrade for cake if he's not busy and John says he has errands to do and Mycroft wants new shoes which is the most boring thing ever but he says he'll go and get them in the week if I don't want to go and I don't want to.