My name may be common, but I'm anything but. I'm a music major that doesn't always make the best decisions and puts the "spring" in "Springfield."
I’m feeling really good about today. I’m almost finished with my practicum, I had a great choir pre-audition and I feel really good about my chances of making my school’s top choral ensemble next year, and I have two solid job leads thanks to a couple of friends!
DON’T STOP ME NOW, PLAYAS.
The pet services section on Craigslist turns into a personals section for animals during mating season.
“German Shepherd stud, good looking male.”
While we’re still on happy subjects here, I had a great day band-wise. We’re watching a jazz documentary in my jazz band right now, which means that as an added bonus I get to watch the evolution of swing dance.
Then, I went back to the band hall to help out in the cage (we’re sort of organizing the music library), and the band staff member that’s in charge of it was running REALLY late because of a staff meeting. That’s totally not a bad thing, though, because yesterday, she asked me to get her keys, get everything started, and teach everyone what to do if that were to happen. Fingers crossed that she and the rest of the staff sees me as section leader material?
The cherry on top was concert band, though. Our first chair clarinet didn’t show up until 20ish minutes into rehearsal due to army stuff, so as 2nd chair, I was the only first left and got to play all his solos. :)
I take back my earlier “fuck this morning” post. I came out of band to find an “I love you” note in my band locker, and boyfriend waiting to accompany me to lunch.
Making of - BSO Lady and the Tramp.
Peggy Lee recording the siamese cat song at the piano, and ”He’s a tramp” with the rest of actors making the sound of the rest of dogs.