As you can see, she is one of those laughy girls. The type that after beginning to laugh, she starts to make weird squeaky noises. Sometimes I wonder if she can still breathe (because you can never be too sure). As you can see, she plays clarinet. This is her first year in Marching Band (even though she's a Junior (No, she isn't playing soccer anymore)). Rumour has it that she's in love with me, because she's been talking about me with her friends for the last year. Not quite sure about that. . . . I'll let you ask her about that. She likes to work with Ashley and develop different forms of sign language. She also likes bobbie pins and shirts with outrigger canoe paddles on them. She had paint on her leg at one point, and shows this blog to her dad so I have to be careful what I type (so, um, ignore that thing I said earlier about her being in love with me, Mr. Dorris). I think that's about all there is. This blog entry is mostly just an excuse to put 8 pictures of Molly on the internet. Yep, that's Molly. Everybody say "Hi Molly!"