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Outside Bubbleland, life goes on...

Discussion in 'Personal' started by nizebaby, Oct 21, 2020.

  1. nizebaby

    nizebaby Star commenter

    We are unable to be part of a bubble. None of our family or friends live within normal walking distance and most have adult children.

    Our local friends are our support group, though most of them actually live miles away. Where we live, one is more a denizen than a resident.
  2. LondonCanary

    LondonCanary Star commenter

    You could only be part of a bubble with a person who lives alone.
  3. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    We formed a brief 'bubble' with our youngest and partner when they had a medical emergency a few months ago. It lasted less than 24 hours and we've not shared a house with anybody before or since. We only meet with them outdoors, and now they've gone into Tier 3 whilst we're in Tier 2.
  4. frodo_magic

    frodo_magic Established commenter

    Wasn't it Michael Jsckson who had a chimp called Bubbles?
  5. Ivartheboneless

    Ivartheboneless Star commenter

    I'm a bubble. I live on my own so my daughter and her mob are bubblers. We don't live within walking distance, but in the same county. I am not self-isolating and we certainly help each other.
  6. kittylion

    kittylion Senior commenter

    I live with one son (well, he lives with me) and the other son lives alone so we are a very small bubble of 3. I have another relative who lives alone and would have liked to bubble with her - but I'm all bubbled out alas. :(
    ilovesooty likes this.
  7. Wotton

    Wotton Lead commenter

    We only have our house bubble, no relatives nearby all in different counties or country. We are just plodding along spending time in the garden and only going out when it is necessary.

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