The title is very suggestive of the game of basketball because here in the USA, for many years the very term, March Madness, was used enthusiastically and emphatically by sports fans to denote the month as one of endless collegiate competitions leading to champions in the basketball world. As an obsessive basketball fan myself, I am one to overuse the designation every year regardless of whether or not the topic is basketball.
I enjoy the game, as both a participant in an adult league or as a spectator at a professional or scholastic event. It reminds me of the excitement of my youth when all of my brothers and I played in games that kept the both of my parents rushing around all day on Saturdays in order to enable all of us (a total of eight sons) to engage in the sport.
Growing up, we didn’t participate in bare basketball teams. They probably didn’t even exist although as Alex, my identical twin brother, and I both discovered when we were enrolled in university, they came into being. For several years we both played on separate bare teams while enrolled in our respective schools.
As adults, once we moved from our collegiate locations, there periodically have been opportunities for us to participate in nude basketball recreational experiences. The teams that we played varied as the interest in the game varied from our neighborhoods. The cost of the amateur sport depended on where we lived and the number of men interested in a bare team. In my own experience, the teams would exist for several years and then, the interest would decline and the teams disband.
The March Madness focus for this particular posting here on ReNude Pride today is devoted to the weather and routines that this exciting new month offers to us as active bare practitioners. As we transform from the wintry season to the springtime season, the expanses of our clothes free living changes on almost a daily basis.
One day we may be faced with no option save casually relaxing while naked indoors. The weather outdoors may be too cold and windy for any other activity. Plus, the precipitation – whether rain or snow – discourages any additional thoughts of venturing outside. The weather makes it a pleasure to remain within the comfort and confines of our home. Save any experience until yet another day!
Lounging in the luxury of nudity is often more relaxing and rewarding than fighting the extremities of weather!
Yet the very next day may produce an enormous change in both temperature and outdoor environment. We could welcome the chance to return to nature, while natural ourselves, and appreciate the return of both natural life and our natural freedom. Who knows what the environment will offer us following this opportunity? More cold, snow and wind?
Weather predictions may be fairly accurate – most of the time! However, we all need to remember that the meteorologists are also human. As such, we are all prone to misreads and mistakes. None of us are perfect (otherwise we wouldn’t be human)!
March Madness doesn’t solely depend on basketball and the weather to determine the notoriety of the month. Other factors enter into the picture as well. One of those happens this upcoming Sunday. On March 8, 2020, Daylight Savings Time begins throughout the USA. At 2:00 a.m., the time (in all the time zones) advances ahead one full hour. Thus, within a single minute, the clocks jump from 2:00 a.m. to 3:01 a.m. Theoretically, most of us are asleep when this occurs.
However, it is a weekend and given the variances offered by modern living, a growing segment of the population is finding itself awake when this takes place. The result is an audience that discovers the advancement in time as an event that is not only somewhat confusing but inconvenient. No matter the degree of convenience, the situation usually sorts itself out over time.
Then, almost before we know it, another change arrives in our lives during this month of madness. Thursday, March 19, is the first day of Spring in the Northern Hemisphere. This is when the the winter begins to officially transition into the new season. Whatever variance we had prior to this was merely nothing more than a taste of what is now beginning. A trial rehearsal for the actual event!
March Madness marches on! Adjust and plan to survive!