Mycroft has begun his new journey - the next chapter in his life. His college is lovely - small, old, all the things you'd expect from a college founded in 1897 really - although they kicked off in 1281, they just had a rough time for a while and only got back in in 1897.
Well, I'm not sure I'd have expected the monks, but Mycroft prepared us.
He got himself settled in, and then we went and found coffee. Which is obviously the next most important thing. Then had a little walk around the area, before going back and meeting yet more of his new...college mates?
Very odd, to be dropping him off at a new place, after seeing him off to school so many times. It is really nice though.
His mum is going to have dinner with them all at the end of the week. We've been invited to go back for dinner sometime, too, which is nice.
Sherlock scowled a lot. Even though he was getting a day off school for free.
Sort of for my birthday the guys got me a camera. I do like taking photos, and I usually just use my phone. But they asked Jo for advice and got me a great DSLR. Except it's for all of us to use, obviously.
Anyway, Sherlock took it up the allotment when we went up a few weeks ago and very politely asked some other allotmenteers if he could search their patches for things to snap. Then he was very quiet and patient and got some brilliant shots, which he wanted to share with you.
|A fluffy bee.|
|A differently fluffy bee (Sherlock will kill me when he sees these inaccurate captions)|
|Some chard. Which just WON'T STOP GROWING.|