Saturday, October 15, 2005

The Pleasures of a Solitary Moment

Had a need to take off all those clothes, those irritating and restrictive clothes. No one seemed about, no one but forest dwellers none of whom cared a lick whether I was wearing a stitch or not.

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I hope no-one noticed who might be offended. Maybe tomorrow I could have some company for my dance and skinny dip?



At 6:09 AM, Blogger le Enchanteur said...

I just love to take all my clothes off and sink into the Japanese Bath and gossip. This reminds me, for some strange reason, of participating in an American Indian style sweat lodge and plunging naked into the river when it was finished. Very liberating! I am not sure any of you are up to seeing me naked just yet. Snigger!

At 8:28 AM, Blogger Vi Jones said...

Me either, the vision of me sans clothes would be enough to put everyone off.


At 4:11 PM, Blogger Karen said...

What a lovely, lively portrait! I have never skinny-dipped in my life, unfortunately. I was always so ashamed of my body when I was young--more's the pity, because looking back, I was a glorious thing. We never know that at the time, do we? And now that I am older, I have lost that wildness that would enable me to do it. Maybe that will be a goal for me for the coming year, to find an opportunity to skinny-dip!

At 9:19 PM, Blogger aletta said...

I've worn bathing suits to suit others, no myself, I'd much rather bathe as God/dess intended "au naturel"

At 2:51 PM, Blogger Gail Kavanagh said...

How true, Karen - and how much joyful experience we waste worrying about what others think of us.
I love this, Aletta, it's so free and unafraid.


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