This is one of the few times of the year when I’m able to write a seasonal post that I don’t feel any guilt. During most times, while the Northern Hemisphere on earth is enjoying the Summer, those residing in the Southern Hemisphere are enduring their Winter. That makes it somewhat difficult when composing a post that’s relevant for all readers. I don’t want anyone to think that I’m unaware of their own situation. I guess that’s just an aspect of my inclusive nature.
What makes this writing unique is the fact that with a little creativity, I’m able to offer today one that is applicable to all! Before I’m accused of duplicity, please allow me to finish here and then invite you, using the comment app below, to judge my efforts.
For readers who live in the Northern Hemisphere, it is my sad duty to inform that this is the final post of our part of the planet’s Summer season. Our summer ends this upcoming Sunday so this is a way to say “good-bye” to all the joys of summer and our delight of the freedom of unrestricted outdoor nudity. A heartfelt a regrettable “farewell” to all the memories pictured here!
For readers in the Southern Hemisphere, this is my last post published during your winter season. Just as the summer ends here in the northern half of earth, your Spring season commences. A new beginning and a post to share with you images of what will soon be yours to savor and enjoy! Sunshine and (hopefully) blue skies are now headed your way! My advice to all of you? Please, make every moment count in a positive way!
Too often in life, our elders complain of having too many regrets, opportunities lost because of one reason or another. Our seasons are finite. They don’t last forever. For readers who live in the Southern Hemisphere, before your season even begins please plan to take full advantage of every chance to enjoy it to the fullest! Yes, we all have our regrets, but it’s best to limit them if we have the ability to do so.
To those readers residing in the Southern Hemisphere, a gentle reminder to go bare whenever possible this upcoming Spring/Summer season. Eliminate those unsightly tan-lines before they define you as “one who prefers clothes!” Please forgive me my weak attempt at humor here. If tan-lines are your “thing,” then by all means own it and be proud!