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

By Expedition Nomadic Adventurer

As a retiree travel blogger touring the US, voicing my wisdom, opinion, and thoughts about the retirement lifestyle and life in general. I'm an aspiring pre-published indie author of baby boomer romance and adventures with a whimsical comedic side. I photograph wildlife and landscapes, mountain, biking, kayaking, hiking, and backpacking. I travel the back roads and highways of America, Canada, and Mexico, documenting my adventures via print and photography.

12 thoughts on ““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 🙂

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

      1. Exactly…. 🙂

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

    1. Thanks Lynz!

  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.

    1. Mike, I’m going to read Dan’s book.

  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.

    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,

  5. Strong wi-fi signal an absolute must 🙂

    1. Oh yes!

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