I hope all is well with you! Please take care!
Suzanne: No need to worry, but thank you. Aside from the obvious, we are just super busy with other projects which we have been invited to participate in, so look for them in the not-so-distant future!
PS Your blog is fantastic!
Hope to see new posts in the near future. Can't believe the disaster happening in japan. I've been through a bunch of disasters myself and they suck to experience upfront. Seeing the news articles here can't help but put a knot in my stomach about all the people that have died recently. - Different Anonymous
Thank you so much for the kind words regarding my blog and I'm unspeakably happy things are not only okay but hearing you're super proactive and already planning ahead. I am in awe and my outmost respect to you. Strength and fortune for what's to come! x- S.
Would love to hear how the Jun Togawa show was if you guys get a chance!
Anonymous: The show was a good time. I had been really worried about her voice because 1/3 of the year she can't even sing, but she was spot on! The set list included a good mix of Yapoos, Gerunica and solo material, so no complaints there either. The only downside was that a couple years ago she messed up her back so she had to sit for the majority of the concert. Due to repeated hospitalizations and decreased mobility, she also put on about 20kg, and her wardrobe/wig combination made her look something like E.T. when the little sister dressed him up. Despite her health troubles she did her best to dance for the encore song, Mushi no Onna, and killed it! My personal highlight of the night was Nikuya no you ni. Thanks for asking!