Winter Bare

Winter Bare
Bare Stare and totally relaxed!

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Nudist Nightmare

One of the several dilemmas that those of us who prefer living bare as much as possible may have to face is where we put things. Where did we leave our wallet or our keys or another important item that we may need? In our excitement to be socially nude with our friends, it is too easy to forget to take care with some of the basic necessities of modern life. 

All of us are somewhat scatter-brained and forgetful at one time or another in our lives. Sometimes the most routine tasks, the ones that we feel are second-nature, are overlooked and forgotten. When it happens to crucial items such as automobile and house keys or wallet, we become frantic, even hysterical, when we're unable to locate them. The ensuing panic that follows the discovery of our error doesn't help the situation either. 

At about now, I know that some readers here are thinking: Wear some clothes, stupid. That's what the pockets are for! Sorry dudes, I'm wired to be bare and even just a pair of shorts is too much fabric for me! Besides, even with pockets, men have lost keys, wallets and much more!

I know! I've lost keys, wallets and more when I've been bare and when I've been clothed. Clothes, or the absence thereof, does not make us any smarter or organized. 

Lost objects are not the exclusive purview of naturists/nudists. All of us lose things at one time or another. Whether or not we wear clothing has nothing at all to do with it. 

All of us make mistakes. It makes no difference if we're nude or textile. Humans are like that. It doesn't matter if we're nervous or excited about a first date, a wedding or arriving at a nudist beach, we all have a tendency to forget something. It's part of the human condition. None of us are totally immune from it.  

As humans, we're all supposed to use our brain for thinking. I doubt that any of us think with our clothing. 

Peace! Get naked. Enjoy!

Bare With Pride

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