For Real This Time: The Series Finale of “Living With Dan (Again)”

There’s never enough I can say about having the multiple opportunities to live with my best friend, Dan, during my college career. We may not get to live together during our senior year thanks to both of our prior obligations, but the fact that our friendship has provided the foundation for the greatest four years I’ll ever have negates the sadness of not living together.

In the end, it’s this episode that illustrates the epitome of friendship and our circle of friends: the color, the endless activity, the endless amounts of exhilaration and life.

Bye, Dan. See you soon, buddy.

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Running Free: “Living With Dan (Again)” #2

Besides the usual showcase of Daniel antics I found myself in, I ended this installment with a rather nostalgic tribute to the city this entire series has been grounded. Set to Rudimental & Emeli Sande’s “Free,” I montaged the BAA 10K run as an illustration of being Boston Strong forever and always. Living with Dan isn’t just about living with Dan – it’s the location, the homethat counts.

The Kids Are All Right: “Living With Dan (Again)” #1

Our series premiere of “Living With Dan (Again)” finds Dan and I moving into Warren Towers for two weeks, then concluding with the move into our South Campus apartment. I just tried to orient viewers back into the world of Dan and myself, which meant there’s cupcake wrapper chewing.

Isn’t that what you thought of too?

Teasing the Return of…

We’re baaaaaack!

Dan and I are living together this summer as we work for BU Orientation, so of course I had to bring back what has become quite the staple of our bromance.

Need to catch up on “Living With Dan” before our new season? Check it out here!

BU Study Abroad: Dear Orientation Me…

The following video was quickly strung together to be used for the Boston University Class of 2017 Orientation sessions this summer. It features your very own Two Biddies and a Bloke!

The Safari Experience: Africa Documentary

Back in 2008, five members of the Forbes Flyers jump rope team, including myself, travelled to South Africa for the FISAC World Jump Rope Championships. We placed 3rd in overall double dutch.

I never actually posted this video series on YouTube for whatever reason, until now! Here is the 3 part documentary I made 5 years ago, featuring the competition, the safari, and all of our travels in Africa.

Oh, don’t forget to swoon at the lions.

PART ONE

PART TWO

PART THREE

In the Land of Gandalf: Australia, Part 8

Once the study abroad program ended, a few of us travelled to New Zealand before we went home for good.

Can you spot a Hobbit?

Video: Study Abroad Australia/New Zealand BLOG #8 (Boston University)

Date Uploaded: December 11, 2012

Note: The video is blocked in Germany. My apologies fellow Germans. Not that I have anyone from Germany reading my website…at all. Just throwing it out there.

Farewell, Sydney: Australia, Part 7

This penultimate episode of Two Biddies and a Bloke documents every little detail of our final days in Sydney. We have Thanksgiving dinner, see some wild kangaroos, and give the whole city one giant hug goodbye.

Next up, New Zealand!

Video: Study Abroad Australia BLOG #7 (Boston University)

Date Uploaded: November 28, 2012

 

An Aussie Halloween: Australia, Part 6

Towards the end of October, something happened to us Two Biddies and a Bloke. We saw Christmas decorations. Everywhere.

There’s nothing more shocking than seeing one holiday occur before another, so seeing Christmas trees before Halloween even took place was completely jarring. But since Australia doesn’t celebrate Australia (something which is now changing), we had to make due with what we had.

Which meant celebrating Halloween like us Americans would.

This installment also sees us going to the Opera House to see “Blue Planet” live, in concert. We also woke up at some ungodly hour to watch the sunrise at Bondi Beach. What good travelers we are.

Enjoy.

Video: Study Abroad Australia BLOG #6 (Boston University)

Date Uploaded: November 6, 2012

Greetings from the Great Barrier Reef: Australia, Part 5

Since America’s fall is Australia’s spring, us Two Biddies and a Bloke got to have a second spring break in a year! We took the time to travel around the country, from caving in the Jenolan Caves, to dolphin watching in Port Stephens, to scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef, and bungy jumping in Cairns.

I can hardly breathe after saying all that.

Join us as we explore new heights and depths in the world. You won’t be disappointed.

Video: Study Abroad Australia BLOG #5 (Boston University)

Date Uploaded: October 14, 2012

Note: The video is blocked in Germany. My apologies fellow Germans. Not that I have anyone from Germany reading my website…at all. Just throwing it out there.