Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Autumn Begins and 2015 Summer Reading List
The 2015 Autumn season begins today. As the seasonal transition offers no clearly marked temperature change, there's no need to immediately abandon all hope of enjoying the freedom of outdoor nudity, at least not for another few weeks. There is still time to make plans to get together with friends and organize bare outings to celebrate the passing of another summer and to bask in the nude glow of early autumn.
Aaron, my husband, and myself are in the midst of planning a nude hike into the woods for our extended clothes-free family and close friends. Nothing beats the early autumn chill better than a brisk hike followed by a mid-day spent basking in the warm sunshine. It's a great way to improve the blood-flow and excellent exercise. Besides, it presents yet another reason to be outdoors nude (as if anyone needs an excuse)!
If the weather cooperates, it should be warm enough for us to take an early afternoon break from the rigors of hiking for a skinny-dip into a nearby river before the sun begins to set. A full day of fresh autumn nudity before the cold temperatures arrive.
In the meantime, we'll opt to be outside and bare whenever we're able. Lately, the past several winters have been too long and too harsh for either one of us to waste one precious moment of outdoor nakedness than necessary. Those clothes-free outdoor memories are a terrific way to melt away the frigid temperatures on the cold winter days!
2015 Summer Reading List
These are the books that I read this past summer. This was accomplished while I enjoyed a social nude environment either at a public beach or in the clothes-free "comfort zone" at a local public park. The books that I read this past summer between the USA Memorial Day (end of May) holiday and the Labor Day (beginning of September) holiday include:
Tomlinson Hill: The remarkable story of two families who share the Tomlinson name- one black, one white by Chris Tomlinson
Invasion by Robin Cook, MD
To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee
Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee
The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace by Jeff Hobbs
Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County: A family, A Virginia Town, A Civil Rights Battle by Kristen Green
A War To Be Won: Fighting The Second World War by Williamson Murray and Allan R. Millet
The Innocent Man by John Grisham
Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!