“Inside the Bubble”

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Inside the Bubble.”

A contagious disease requires you to be put into quarantine for a whole month (don’t worry, you get well by the time you’re free to go!). How would you spend your time in isolation?

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To live a month in quarantine for some people could provide an excellent opportunity to write their great American Novel or at least outline several book ideas.

Writing and reading is how I would spend my time, without any distractions and hopefully a strong wi-fi signal. However, I will miss photographing landscapes, sunrises, sunsets and wildlife, as I have posted above what I captured this morning.

Although, I will miss photographing the outside world, I’m sure it will all be available upon my return. So until then, I may post some selfies of my isolation. 🙂

The Daily Post Prompt


12 responses to ““Inside the Bubble””

  1. The selfies comment in the post made me smile….I could imagine you sitting there taking a break from your adventure of writing and making faces…..not funny ones but ones of character and taking the selfies and posting them…..thanks for the smile 🙂

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    1. Hey MLou, I’m glad I brought a smile to your face. I would experiment with different faces, sad, lonely, frustrated and happy.. 🙂

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      1. Exactly…. 🙂

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  2. love the pictures! great ideas about what you would do!

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  3. Or Dan Bongino’s book about his time on he White House SS protection detail. From NYPD cop to senate (lost) candidate in MD.

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  4. I’d eat to much pizza and teach my dog more useless tasks like helping me putting
    laundry in the washer or opening and closing the fridge door.

    I can do that stuff on my own.

    I just like to see if he’ll do it.

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    1. You teach a dog to do those tricks, and you will have a dog teaching business that will have many people at your door, including me.


      1. I’ve had smart dogs before, but Hamish is the easiest to train. I guess there’s a reason why Labs make great service dogs.He loves a challenge,

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  5. Strong wi-fi signal an absolute must 🙂

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