Balmy time’s

Should that be Barmy or balmy?

Depends on how you feel right now. I feel both but today I’m going to discuss barmy and the fact that apparently this weekend it’s ok for us to hug a person from another household. Jolly good.

So you can, invite another household into your “bubble“ but only one!

So here lies the dilemma. What if you house share? So then there is a inequality because only one other household can come into the bubble. So which housemate gets to choose?

Because if one housemate chooses (me), that denies the other housemate (her) of having her one other.

But then if we do one each then who is at high risk, me and my grandson because he has heart condition and me diabetes. So that’s what’s barmy. Did Boris and his lions even consider those pictures of home life? So sadly I’m going to likely not partake of this bubble idea for now as it makes no bloody sense to me. Because it’s unfair in house sharing situations.

Then of course next week you can go to the pub. Go figure. Also remembering that protests are now exposing people. Yeah I think I’ll forget it and watch this space a while.

I want to hear like New Zealand that COVID29 has abated.



Adalee outfit (dress, jewellery and shoes with hud) from Suga Baby at the Designer Showcase

Reflectice eyes  from Amara Beauty

Francesca hair from Rama Salon

Gloss Lipstick from A R T E

Glam on eyeshadow from A R T E

Catya bento head from CATWA

Angel shape for the Catya head LizBitz

Lara mesh body Maitreya

Nora BOM skin from  Amara Beauty

2 thoughts on “Balmy time’s

  1. As a Gerwoman I’m never quite sure, but I know barmy and balmy are two totally different conditions, like barmy means totally gaga, stupid, poor, and balmy is healing, balsamic, mild, soft, nurturing.

    But what I know absolutely 100% sure is that the plural of time is times, not time’s. Time’s would be a personal pronoun and makes no sense, other when Time is a person and you’re writing about Time’s house, Time’s car, Time’s mother or Time’s blog. The way you used it is usually called the “idiot’s apostrophe” and makes us look not so clever when we use it. 😉


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