Author’s Note: Please refer to my previous post, “In A Bind,” (click to view) as an introduction to this post.
Finally all my discomfort, profanity and overall foul attitude has achieved some sort of result. This past weekend, the weather and the temperatures here on the East Coast of the USA has changed. We went from almost Winter-like conditions to almost Summer weather all within the span of maybe twenty-four hours. I’m just egocentric enough to take full credit for this change in our meteorological circumstance!
Yours truly was perhaps among the first to go outside Saturday morning, walk to a park nearby, find a fairly secluded area and strip off all of his clothing and proudly stroll around in the buff (clothes-free) with the exception of the watch on his wrist.
I should be a little more accurate in my writing here. I was not alone. The weather was so enticing that Aaron, my spouse, accompanied me and got just as bare as me; the only difference being he wasn’t wearing a wrist-watch. Actually, he deserves a bit more credit than me. He’d just gotten off work four hours earlier and only had a brief nap before going with me to the park.
For the both of us, it was a long-awaited and exhilarating adventure. The two of us wandering (dancing) through the park in just our own skin and the wonders of nature. Our very first nude and natural celebration outdoors not only for this Spring but also for all of 2018!
Fortunately, Aaron had the foresight to bring along a blanket in our backpack. This enable us to spread the blanket and lay down allowing the warm sunrays to keep us warm. Although the day was somewhat breezy, neither of us complained as it was just too nice being bare outside again after a Winter that was much too long!
Unfortunately, our nature retreat couldn’t last all day. Aaron needed his sleep and I had many errands that needed to be completed. Weekends are only two days long and that is abruptly followed by a long work-week. Those few hours of Saturday morning nude bliss had to suffice for the time being.
They were a welcome reminder of the days ahead and the Winter dreariness that’s hopefully behind us.