Will do, (Let it be known that the doctor is unspecified and I’m going off of The TV show for Sherlock and Watson even though I’m a huge fan of the original stories)here is a tiny preview;
“Old paper. I’d say from the late 1800’s, but the leather is in surprisingly good condition for being kept in a pocket for so long, so the owner obviously values it highly”
“Why would anyone value a blank piece of paper?” This remark didn’t pierce the veil of his solid contemplation.
“But what does it mean?”
“It’s a bunch of wavy lines”
His irritated and snappish nature was peeking out in his frustration.“John, there are subtleties here that are beyond what your average little mind are capable of comprehending.” I am not one to miss the glaringly obvious, unfortunately Sherlock has this talent and the ego to completely ignore that I might be aware of something he hasn’t noticed.
“I’m pretty sure that if you put that under a microscope and every test you can think of there would be nothing but a bunch of wavy lines!”
“Shut up I’m trying to think” he sulked. It was almost impossible to tell his childish broods apart from his focused thinking.