This week on my #vintagegaming #YouTube channel, I posted 3 new videos, including: "BCB #52 - 8 Bit Summer! (Great NES Games) feat. 8-bit Bubba," "BCB #53 - Atari's 50th Anniversary Celebration!," & "Unbox'd #21 - A Fistful of Monty Python & Other British Comedies." Click the gifs below to access, and comment, like & subscribe. I appreciate your support!
Last week on YouTube, I published 3 new videos to my #vintagegaming #youtube page... "No Filter #33 - Atari 800XL Random Floppy Showcase," "Unbox'd #15 - Bleepity Bleep! (Bloopers, Failed Skits & More) & "BCB #46 - Free Play Retro Arcade Crawl! Check out the screenshots below and click through to watch. Please like, subscribe & comment if you enjoy my content. Thank you!
So here we are! On the edge of December... on the verge of yet another new year. Can you believe it? In this month's journal, I talk about the fast pace of life I've become accustomed to lately. Enjoy!
"Double 8's" was a poem I recently wrote about one of my old roommates nearly 30 years ago. He was one of those gorgeous bad boys. I seemed to attract them like flies! Enjoy - BB
This year has been one of the most turbulent and chaotic for me. I lost my Dad this past Summer, and that was a heartwrenchingly-grueling experience, to say the least, but peaceful, as well. As my family and I were still dealing with his loss, I graduated from college this past October and while that... Continue Reading →
Hi, journal. Sorry for the late entry. So, yes, I've officially graduated from GCU (Grand Canyon University) as of October 17, 2019. Long story, but I'll try to make it short. In my family, that means within 20 minutes or less 😀 Just to recap what's happened these past two weeks and beyond... I traveled... Continue Reading →
So, two days ago, it was two months since Dad passed away and left us. I'll say right now that it's the most difficult thing I've ever had to deal with in life, but I have absolutely zero regrets. That's very important. While Dad was here, I spent many vacation hours and tons of gas... Continue Reading →
I think about Dad every second of every hour of every day. I think about all the great times, they overshadow the bad or sad ones. The memories come flooding back quickly and unrelentlessly, like a Summer monsoon... Like the time that my Sister Nickie stood at her bedroom window and told me at the... Continue Reading →