This is hopebird.
Hopebird is a little project idea of mine. He’s transparent, and I’m giving permission to use this as you want as long as you don’t profit from it.
I want you to put hopebird on your blog (either reblog this or take the image and put it on your blog) if you are a SAFE ZONE. That means anyone who has this logo on their blog will not judge you based on your race, age, religion, sexuality, ability, gender, appearance, or anything. If you see hopebird, it means that this person is open to talk to and offer you support if you need it.
Oooh that’s a lovely idea!
you should make t-shirts that would be really helpful actually
Ok so to bide my time before the next series of Sherlock comes out (and to keep me marginally sane), I’ve been reading all of the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories, usually at work when I’m doing nothing else.
I was minding my own business until THIS happened:
- Ok, the word WEDDING showed up. Pretty typical. Nothing to be super psyched about.
- Wait…and now the word RAT is on the same page. Just a quick descriptor, again, nothing too exciting. But still, a neat coincidence…
- …you’ve got to be kidding me. BOW. All three clue words for series 3 on one page? I quit. I’m done. I can’t do this anymore.
(page scan from the Barnes and Noble: The Complete Sherlock Holmes Volume 2. The story in question is called The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton)
CHARLES MILVERTON. The journalist who made a name by ruining people’s reputations. That makes so much sense in the context of Season 2.
If this is true, then basically, the three words mean nothing except for this story.
MOFFATISS YOU TROLLS.
I’m starting to sell off my original paintings.
These four are all untitled, oil on paper, 8.5”x11” priced at $200 a piece.
Anyone interested in these or any of my other work can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all of you