Monday, May 16, 2011


 to walk on to a stage
to play music that you absolutely love
for an audience filled  with people whom you absolutely love
{in pants that you absolutely love}
is a feeling that, if caught in a jar and sold for any price,
i'd buy a thousand and keep them forever.
i honestly don't think that i've ever put more of myself into anything before. i worked my tookus off, and though i found my limit {it was rather chicken with the head cut off-esque,
seasoned with about ninety different instruments and it involved slurry speech and ogre hands...}
the entire process was insanely awesome.
if i could do it again,
i totes would. 
in the end, there were homemade soft pretzels from mum,
marzipan cookies from stoop,
a tits mustard selection,
catching all the breaths i forgot to take these past few months,
and so many of my favorite people under the same roof, i almost exploded.

oh shucks, ima fuggin cry.

all photos are by photogenius donny tsang


Mo Pie, Please said...

This is awesome! I wish I could have been there to enjoy it too!

Becca said...

awww. look at you, crazy musician girl!

how awesome is this!
I'm so glad for you, mol.

Chris Thompson said...


Raquel said...

You're so pretty! Congrats!

Doug said...

Whoa! What was the NES for?

Cristin said...

Congrats, Molly, I'm sure it was awesome.

Camilla Leila said...

you are fuggin' brilliant. that's all.

oh and i may be coming to new york in june and would love to meet you.

oh and i started an online magazine and would love your input on the food section :)


la petite coquine said...

Sounds like a brilliant recital, and the perfect end to the year! What are your plans for after graduation?

kimbirdy said...

this is insanely awesome!! i love music so much, and that thrill of being on stage performing - priceless. i'm so happy everything went well, and i'm so intrigued by it! was it recorded at all?

Charlotte said...

Congrats! What a feeling of accomplishment. Though I'm with Chris - video plzzzz!

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