Tonight, my roommate and I went to see Cirque Du Soleil's Saltimbanco, and HOMG WAS IT AWESOME. It was much funnier than the one I saw in Vegas; I was laughing so hard I was crying at some parts. Also, the acts tre more traditional circus acts: juggling, bike tricks, but of course they had that wonderful Cirque twist to them that made them that much more amazing. AND the vocalist was WONDERFUL. She had a very clear soprano voice, not at all opera-y or strained sounding. Her high notes were pure with very little vibrato. In essence, she has the soprano version of my voice type (not saying I'm as good as a singer as her. Most likely I'm not. But this shows that Cirque likes to recruit people with my voice type: clear, bell-like, classical). All the acts were amazing and, holy crap I wish I were in Cirque right now. One day, my precious. One day.
In other news, I'm totally getting a laptop this this weekend! My roommate's boyfriend is coming to visit for V-day, and since he is a computer engineer, and I've been saving up for a few weeks now, AND he rarely comes to St. Louis, I feel this is as good a time as any to drag him to Best Buy to help me pick out my new computer. I'm thinking I want a Toshiba.
In other, other news, my shiro JSK is (for reals) almost done. I think 1-2 more hours on it, and it will be officially finished. Then, I will make another petticoat, as all of mine are dying slow deaths of deflation now. THEN I will start designing my Anthy gown. Or maybe by then Chi and I can start on Val's dress! Or SOMETHING, I just need to stay BUSY so I don't fall into a work-sleep-work rut.
In other, other, other news, there is a job fair at SLU coming up. My dad has my resume (helping me work out the kinks) so maybe I'll take off work that day and start handing it out. I can't work at the cafe forever, and the elementary school job ends on the last day of school. Come May, I'll have to compete with all the other recent graduates, so I need to get my job NOW before it gets REALLY hard to find one.
In random news, I miss my lolita girls! Who knew you could bond so quickly and completely with random strangers over a fashion? The idea that one day soon we will all have to go our separate ways fills with a kind of quiet despair.