My Life's Narrations

just a place for me to list the occasionally hysterical and almost always preposterous events of my everyday life.
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omg, I can’t deal with the Fiyero vest. Amazing.

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EXCLUSIVE: Pentatonix joined the ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ cast. Here’s who they’re playing

commanderriffraff!!! This is EVERYTHING!


Baby Royalty!

It’s like Prince George meets Prince Joffery!

Dear NYC,
I really need you to pull yourself together.

Dear NYC,

I really need you to pull yourself together.



In remembrance of the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15, 2013, Lincoln Center renews its promise to bring the healing power of the performing arts to all of our audiences and friends.

From one city to another: we stand with you, #‎BostonStrong.

"The life of the arts, far from being an interruption, a distraction in the life of the nation, is very close to the center of a nation’s purpose – and it is the test of the quality of a nation’s civilization." - John F. Kennedy





Oh, Game of Thrones. I’ve just decided everyone dies.



Frozen meets “Defying Gravity”

The execution of this is so flawless, it took my breath away.

oh my god, actual tears are pouring out of my face right now, I am so completely overwhelmed

the editing, the editing, jfc, it’s seamless and incredible and I have no words. absolutely none.

*Wheezes* I think I legitimately stopped breathing for the majority of this. I was absolutely awestruck. 

This is incredible. 

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Hello, familiar running path. It’s been awhile! #springarrives #finally (at Roosevelt Island Bridge)

Oh man. This really makes me miss home!

Lyle Lovett performs his classic song “That’s Right (You’re Not From Texas).”


This is Camden, my 8-year-old son. He was at the finish last year wearing his “my mom is faster than your dad” T-shirt and holding up the sign he had made me. He never got to see me finish. He was sent off into the crowds full of panic and fear. He listened to the adults he was with and did what he was told. He was brave. He tried blocking his ears but the noise was too loud.

Camden thought his mom was “dead.”

In the months after the bombings last year, I would watch him sleep. It brought me back to the first few weeks he was born, when I would stand by his crib to make sure he was breathing.

Last year, I would stand by his bed and cry, knowing that my brave little man never got to show me the sign he made; knowing my race had put him in harms way; reliving the two hours I spent in silence not knowing if he was safe.

I felt guilt and anger.

Camden won’t be at the finish this year. He said “sorry mom, I just can’t go.” I am running Boston to show Camden that his mom is brave and that, with time, he will be able to go to the Boston Marathon again.

He will be able to see a fire truck without looking scared or watch fireworks without jumping into our laps in a panic. He will be able to sit through a thunderstorm without running for cover.

The thought of him not being at the finish breaks my heart and will open up a new stream of emotions. And I am sure when I get home on April 21st, 2014, I will watch Camden fall asleep and I will cry. Tears of happiness that together we did it!

— Amanda Burgess

What a touching and moving tribute. #bostonstrong 

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