Now that the static in her head had settled to a dull roar once again, and she felt she could think clearly, Molly headed out. She needed some fresh air, and she needed a quiet place to just chill the fuck out. She had thought she might be going crazy, and she wasn't entirely sure that wasn't the case. But for the moment she felt calm and clear headed, and she wanted to take advantage of that.
She stopped short when she realised she might be interrupting someone else's quiet time. She stood still, hoping she hadn't been detected, hoping she could slink backward and out of sight before she was noticed. It wasn't that she didn't want to be seen, but she really didn't want to interrupt someone who was focused and working out her own stress.