Iphone Emergency

So, this happened this weekend:

Harold and his grievous injuries.

I’m rather distraught. I’m an infamously clumsy individual and yet, no matter how many times or from what height I’ve dropped my phone, it’s always pulled through! Until last night when I dropped it from two feet onto some tile. I’m so sorry Harold.

But according to my father the Mac expert he can still pull through! I just need to get him to the Apple store ASAP. And by ASAP I mean I’ll probably get around to it sometime within the next few weeks… months… eventually…

Anyways, I swear I’m getting on that review soon (I know, it’s been a week). I’ve just been soooooo tired, I feel like every spare moment I have is spent passed out on my bed. Me and college have such a love/hate relationship.

Luckily at Hofstra the weekend is not yet over, so I have a few more days to recover! Something is happening for some reason and we’ve got Monday/Tuesday off this week. So I have to decide whether I want to get out and do something, stay in and be productive or just sleep. My heart says A, my brain says B, I have a feeling it’s gonna be C.

(*After note, that reason is President’s Day. Sometimes the sleep-deprived shouldn’t be allowed to write…)

I hope you had a lovely weekend and that you’ll keep Harold in your prayers!

Γ€ bientΓ΄t!

– Amy



So we’re just going to abandon all order and organization for this and the proceeding week and I’m gonna throw a video your way on a Friday morning. But so intense was its awesomeity that is needed to be shared! πŸ™‚

Here’s the original song, which is pretty epic on its own:

Somebody That I Used to Know – Gotye

It’s all over the radio at this point so I’m sure you’ve heard it, but still hasn’t had time to get old. πŸ™‚

Anyways, while this is my song of the week contribution to you, I’ve got more to share. The work of one amazing a cappella group called Pentatonix. Apparently they won the third season of yet another generic singing competition called The Sing-Off, but I guess if they’re producing sound like this it might actually be worth checking out.

Here is their cover of the above song (fair warning: it’s pretty mind-blowingly intense πŸ™‚ ). I’ve got mad respect for a cappella-ers, and these guys definitely know what they’re doing. Check it out:

I <3 Nick Jonas

One More Thing…


Soooo, remember that time about a week ago I said I was really busy? Turns out I didn’t know the meaning of the word. Can I just detail my schedule for you right now and let you cry for me? Wake up at 5 AM for crew practice (It’ll be four once we’re back on the water…), walk in freezing cold to gym, intense workout, die, run back to building at 8:30, change, snag breakfast, run to 9 AM class, finish 9 AM class, run to three-hour-block C+E, snag lunch at 2:30, do homework, sleep, extra workout, dinner, more sleep. And it seems like no matter how much sleep I barely manage to get I’m still sleepwalking through every class. I’ve legitimately nodded off in lecture nearly every day for the past two weeks (actually, that isn’t really that unusual…).


Okay, but enough complaining. Since I’m faced with yet again another monumentally busy weekend, I’m giving you my wrap-up of the week a day early. πŸ™‚ I am ridiculously excited because my best friend will be coming up to visit me in NYC tomorrow (!!!) and it happens to be the same weekend of Valentine’s Day, her birthday, and my-cousin’s-band-playing-in-NYC day (Indobox, check it out πŸ™‚ ). Oh, and did I mention I’m going to see How to Succeed in Business again on Saturday, featuring the always lovely Nick Jonas, Beau Bridges and Michael Urie from Ugly Betty (!!!) ?



So, I don’t know if this has come up, but I should let you all know that me and Nick Jonas are Type 1 Diabetic soul mates. He doesn’t know it yet, but I figure after the show at the stage exit is the perfect time to let him know! Yes? My plan is for us to lock eyes and instantaneously fall in love, whereupon he will sweep me away to Hollywood and I will become a famous actress and ultimately eclipse his fame, but he will stand by me as a supportive husband and we will both live happily ever after with our great dane and matching insulin pumps. And this whole scheme will be set into motion by Saturday night. Exciting stuff.


Awww, so cute....


Anyways, it’s pretty much guaranteed to be the best weekend ever and I will certainly be telling you all about it sometime this week, paired with (hopefully!) another How to Succeed review, concentrating on cast comparisons (the first real article I’ve done in forever! Sorry!).

I hope your weekend is almost equally lovely as mine (because, let’s be honest, I don’t see how it could be better) and that you are awaiting with eager anticipation next week’s installment. πŸ™‚

Much Love,