Bubbles

Bubbles are the best stress release
Blow them or pop a bubble wrap piece

Watch them float away
hear them pop, don’t dismay

Find a suitable stress buster
don’t waste time in a fluster!

DP: Bubble – how do you release your stress?

9 comments

  1. Ah… I had that Everlast product once – Got some cool photos of bubbles. They lasted on the grass too. I’d use it outside if I could find it again!!

    Luckily I don’t have too much stress these days. I just try to stay calm and breath slowly. Especially when I can’t really control what’s going on. At least I can control how I react to it. 😀

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  2. YAY! Bubbles! I love bubbles! 😀 And your poem!!! 🙂
    HUGS!!! 🙂
    PS…HA! When I was teaching Kindergarten, a mom donated a bottle of bubble-blowing solution to our classroom. It said something on the bottle about “long lasting bubbles”. I’d never seen such a thing before, but we let the kids use it with some bubble-blowing wands. All I could figure out later was that the solution HAD to have had glue in it, because the bubbles did last a long time! Wherever they landed they didn’t pop, but eventually they “went down”…like air slowing leaving a balloon. Ha! We had to peel off the bubbles that landed on kid’s hair and faces…the bubbles were like dried glue. Ha! We never used that bubble solution again, but everyone got a great laugh out of it! 😀

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    • lol does sound a bit scary … adhesive bubbles! The kid I played with overseas used to catch the bubbles [ordinary ones, not glue like] on the wand and then I had to pop them one by one, never collectively. He was a mindful master at it 🙂

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