Bitchin Ol’ Boomer Babe (BOBB) uses today’s technology to continue the age-old oral tradition of storytelling . . .
We also convey the wisdom and joy we gain through living our lives, with its beauty marks and moles. Sharing life one story at a time because everyone has a story.
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SHINAZY – Founder and Writer Babe
My favorite Neil Young song lyric — “it’s better to burn out than to fade away” — what this means to me is to keep moving, learning, creating.
And, still other tales that have yet to happen.
In my personal life, I’ll continue to push the envelope, be silly, run and climb over, under, around, & through almost everything. And, I know how grand it is to be a boomer.
I’m always in training to run somewhere – next destination is Australia for my eleventh and final marathon (then my feet will have run on all seven continents.)
Easily distracted I am because there is just so much in the world I must see and do, including baking pies that are too delicious to wait until after dinner.
Do you have a memory you would like to share?
I believe Everyone Has A Story.
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BOBBI RANKIN – Writer Babe
It’s never too late to try new things and take a new path on this road called life.
As a new boomer ( or—As a boomer on the cusp) I find myself on a new path with new people to meet, places to go and adventures to seek. I’m also finding a new voice to speak my truths and tell my stories.
Most importantly is that I love being the Mom of 3 adult daughter and Nana to 3 grand-boys. My time is spent with family and friends while enjoying outdoors activities. Camping, hiking, biking, kayaking, fly fishing, barbaqing and all the “ing” things to do. I enjoy art and music in many different forms. Oh ya, I’m now a beginner at running.
MALATI MARLENE SHINAZY, M.Ed. – Writer Babe
- If it’s interesting – I want to be part of it
- If it’s way out-there, odd and unusual – I want to be part of it
- If it’s requiring introspection and self-assessment – I want to be part of it
Learning is a life-long passion. I am a Learning & Development professional and serial entrepreneur. I founded Pacific Leadership Consultants, an alliance of experts who work together with one goal …The success of your organization. Here’s the link: www.pacificleadershipconsultants.com
I always look forward to your insights and points of view … and am thrilled when I receive your comments
PATTI ISAACS – Writer and Graphics Babe
Have fun now, we’re gonna be dead for a billion years.
ROBERT DEASON – Writer, Babe Magnet
I always wanted Andy Rooney’s job.
Once a week you sit behind a mildly cluttered desk in a cozy little, book-filled office and tell people what you think about something. Well interestingly enough, writing for BOBB is kind of like that . . . and I don’t have to wear a jacket and tie like he did.
I am a desert rat at heart (born and raised in the Mojave desert) but went east to go to college, and ended up spending 30+ years in Pennsylvania. Now I am back in California, and I wake up every morning thankful that I get another “do-over.”. After all, the object of the exercise is to live a good life . . . kind of like Andy Rooney did.
TRAVIS BURCHART – Writer, Babe Magnet
I’m an Okie by birth and proud of it.
I was a stay at home dad for eight years, while working full time in legal research. Envision the late, great Raymond Burr (a/k/a Perry Mason) or the cast from LA Law changing diapers, balancing burp cloths and spoon-feeding puréed cauliflower to two toddlers. My expertises include: legal writing, swaddling newborns, legal analysis and soothing teething pain.
I’m best summed up by my perfect day: a screening of Good Will Hunting, a performance by the singer, Patty Griffin, a trip to Stillwater, Oklahoma and a bed time story told by Stephen King.
WILL JONES – Poet and Writer, Babe Magnet
I am a native Philadelphian who roamed the country during the 70’s
and finally settled in San Luis Obispo, California, in 1979. Recently retired after 25 years in public education, I spend most of my time doing more of the things I love to do: writing, golfing, hiking, playing the saxophone, and reading. I’ve been married to my beautiful wife, Melinda, for 30 years. We have three adult sons and became grandparents for the first time in February. Note of interest for music lovers and sixties survivors: I went to Woodstock and have the uncollected tickets to prove it. Check out my poems, stories essays, magazine articles, and Short Attention Span Movie and Book Reviews at http://everydaypeoplewilljones.blogspot.com/2012/01/welcome-to-every-day-people.html.
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