Life Is Like Sanskrit Read To A Pony

I've been hanging out in a lot of theaters and backstage areas for the past couple of weeks and while the setting and sitting is getting monotonous the music hasn't yet. It's really interesting to observe the change from practice to performance and hear a piece together. Also, so many of the instruments are new to me and the musical arrangements as well. This is the group I'm chaperoning, for anyone who's curious in getting a taste of their music. That performance really doesn't compare to some of their best moments or just hearing the kids mess around during breaks. These pictures were snapped quickly in the back of a theater while the group rehearsed--it's been hectic fitting blogging in between chaperoning. We're with the students from the early morning until late at night, eating meals together and everything--there's no time off until they're in bed at night; which is why it's good they're such a wonderful group to be around!

Outfit details:
ASOS sweater, old
vintage shoes
Zara purse
*pictures by Jon



  1. How did you end up chaperoning them in the first place? Sounds like one mighty opportunity! Plus, the chance to take outfit photos like these? Wow, I would've totally jumped on that bandwagon!

  2. A great outfit - Love the yellow color and graphic!

  3. Chaperoning high schoolers is crazy in terms of time commitments but always so neat to see the students excel. And I like both the outfit and choice of venue for an outfit.

  4. I just came across your blog and I fell totally in love with your style. It's gorgeous. So it your hair!

    Breathe Me

  5. Love that sweater!

  6. love it! Animal-print is the best! Never gets old. :)

  7. This is so cool of you to chaperone these young musicians. Have you read The Chaperone? Hopefully, you don't have any Louise Brooks types giving you a run for your money.


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