Is there such a place?
In my imagination there is.
You can see I created (on my notepad) a DomeHome!
Weather-wise, not ideal (I prefer warm climes to cold) but considering most people feel the same, I have a high level of confidence that my DomeHome, my Safety Zone, will be high, literally! And I have a hydroponic temperature controlled greenhouse to produce the food I need, too cool (again literally) right? Did you see the thermo-controlled swimming pool? A nice touch I thought.
So there you have it. My DomeHome situated far from the maddening crowd. Now I am aware of all the melting going on up there in the Arctic, so if needs be I will be prepared to move my DomeHome to Antarctica. They have lots of penguins there to keep me company, again – too cool!
What do you think?
Will it catch on – Hope not! That would defeat the whole purpose.
Stay safe, stay cool, have an excellent week ahead! Remember to laugh and have fun!
28 thoughts on “Penny’s Safe House – The DomeHome Safety Zone!”
Love this! I call my Dome Home, Hopeland.
Hi Valentine. Hopeland! I love that name, it’s perfect I want to visit there too! xx
YAY – I got my fave neighb fix!
I’d like to hang-out in the dome green-house with the flowers please.
xo 🙂 🙂 xo
You got it! How COOL (meant in every way) that would be! 🙂 xo
!!!!!!!!! Dome Home !!!!!!!!!! I love it. 🙂
Thanks. I’d weather the coldness to get there, I really would! 🙂
Me too, Penny! 😀
Penny I love your thoughts and your drawing. I am right with you there. Also for me a bit cold but sitting in the green house in the sunshine must be fantastic. I do love the sight of the northern lights too!
It looks a beautiful safe place – everyone needs one where we feel safe and happy. Much love! ♥
Hi Ute, thank you! Sigh, wouldn’t it be great! xo
I adore your Dome Home and particularly love the Northern Lights, which I would love to see for myself someday. Have a wonderful week Penny. 🙂
Thanks LuAnn. You are welcome in my DomeHome anytime, just drop on in, plenty of room! :D, you also a great week ahead! xx
Thanks for the invitation. You might find me knocking on your door someday. 🙂
That would be fantastic LuAnn! Oh the fun we could have! 🙂
I still plan for that day. 🙂
penny, this is a great and happy image! you should place a ‘rooms available’ sign in there for anyone anywhere to know they have a safe place when the world around them grows a bit too insane. they can visit your safe house for much-needed relief.
my friends and i might need it this coming weekend as the spring tides approach.. i’m working on a post about that now.
I’ve got room for you and your friends (lots of rooms) with a small background in theoretical physics it was a no brainer to create a small exterior with a gigantic interior, come ahead, friends always, always welcome Lisa!!!! 😀
with the wave of a hand, we’ll be there via magic carpet!
That is great, a wonderful concept and drawing…I once read somewhere that it is best to dig the entrance down because the hot air rises and so is kept where the people are…I never would have thought of that had I been marooned in the Arctic which is feasible knowing me.
Thanks SteJ, too true … knowing you! LOL 😀
Oh, but of course there is such a place!!! I go to my ‘DomeHome’ every day!!! 🙂
I love your drawing, my dear Penny. The Northern Lights and… the pool!!!! 🙂 xxxxxx Hugs
Oh lucky you Marina! Mine isn’t finished yet, but being worked on as we speak here. Thank you, just a cartoony illustration, but it was great fun in the making of! 🙂 xoxoxoxo
I like! it’s even got a premade swimming pool I see 😀
Of course, Andy, all the comforts one needs (and there’s always room for friends too! 🙂
Cheers to that! 🙂
I love this Dome Home. How does an Eskimo build one? Igloos it together.
I think it is great idea and you get to see the Northern Lights as well. Woohoo 🙂 Have a great week Penny
Thanks Alastair. It was fun. Great joke! ha, ha! You also, a great week ahead! 🙂