Molly had her first 6th grade choir concert last night. Ray wasn't able to attend, because he had a deadline to finish at work. He really wanted to be there, so I told him I would record it for him. I usually dread these things, mostly because it's almost impossible to find a place to park and to sit etc., and I wasn't looking forward to going all by myself. But last night I found a parking spot (less than a mile away), in a matter of minutes and there were plenty of places to sit when I got there too. Although the concert itself didn't last more than half an hour, it was really pretty good. Short and sweet.
Molly, (6thfrom the right in the back row), has been the tallest, or 2nd tallest kid in her class for at least the past couple of years. Right now, there is only one boy, (the one in the righthand corner), that is taller than she is...and apparently not by much. Molly doesn't seem to be self-concious about it though, like I was when I reached my full height, (about a 1/2 inch shorter than she is now), so that's a good thing. As a matter of fact, she wanted me to buy her some new black shoes with FOUR INCH HEELS! That would only make her 6 feet tall. Ummm...no. Molly already towers over almost everyone, and I also didn't want to see her trip and break her neck while climbing to the top of the risers on the stage. I did buy her a cute new pair of flats because with all of this growing she's been doing, her feet have grown too. This video is of the song "Hey Noah!" I'd never heard it before, but it was kinda cute.