Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Naked Season Approaches!

HUGE Apologies to Laura for forgetting Bloggamonsta Blogfest!!! I'm so sorry! Broken computer threw me for a loop...

It's been a while since I've espoused the joys of nudity, but you know what? It is supposed to hit the 70s this week and it is time to GET NAKED!

MAN, how I love Naked Season.

I walked home from work last night without my coat. Comfy. Not warm, but warm is coming... I mean not WARM WARM, but warm enough to shed the layers.

See, when the clothes are shed, the sun and breeze (and sometimes rain) can kiss your skin. It's so nice... communing with nature a bit... actually making a little skin contact when you give someone a hug...

There is no BINDING or ITCHING or CHAFFING from irritating clothing.

And Naked people are so much HAPPIER! (see itching, binding, chaffing). It is really HARD to be crabby when naked. If you don't believe me, just try having all parties get naked next time there is an argument. See how long you can be a crabbypants with not pants!

Say it with me:  Pants are evil! Down with pants!

On that note, I have to get back on my fitness schedule. Being sick threw a cramp in the exercise routine (and the eating one, too, if I'm honest, which I try to be... though if I'm REALLY honest, the eating routine was already suffering). But at the moment, while I am happier naked, I'm not sure the rest of you would feel that way.

And THAT THAT said, something is wrong with my laptop and I need to get it into the doctor. The timing couldn't be worse—I was almost done with edits to send back to my editor for BEGONIA BRIBE but they are stuck on THAT machine. Our home desktop has a cracked monitor, making any typing a challenge. So I think this week will be a down week for me on the blog—I am VERY sorry on that front, but I just can't predict how long this will take to get sorted.


Bonnie Rae said...

Oh no! Hope you get the lap top all fixed up!

Maybe I will try some nakedness. I mean, I shed layers, but I've never gone full on naked. Unless you count being in the shower.

Laura said...

Hurrah for nakedness! And boo for broken computers. Hope it gets sorted by techno-doc asap! Looking forward to your bloggamonsta pic if you decide to do one...
Love Laura x

Old Kitty said...

Oooh bad laptop! So not NAKED! LOL! Hope it and you get better, lovely Tart!!

Down with pants! Pants are evil!

Take care

vic caswell (aspiring-x) said...

you're so silly! :)

L.G.Smith said...

Naked season is here! Does that mean we'll be seeing Cabana Boy again soon? :)

Anonymous said...

Hope you get the computer up and running soon. Not sure what to say about Naked Season except I won;t be participating. But hey, its a free country and to each their own. Whatever floats your boat.

Michael Offutt, Tebow Cult Initiate said...

Yes, it is getting warmer outside. I can agree with your love of warm. Warm is good.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Don't mind the spring weather, just wish we'd had an actual winter.
Sorry about your computers.
Take the week off. I'm on 'lite' mode this week after the last two weeks so I totally understand.

LynnRush said...

I'm loving this warmer weather out here in the desert. I'm so thin-skinned that the snowbirds from MN and colder places are in shorts and t-shirts right now while I'm decked out in sweatshirts! LOL. Come June, when the triple digits hit....there will be some nakedness. :)

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Can't go without the pants, but I'm glad it's warm enough to go without socks. I hate having anything on my feet.

Sarah Ahiers said...

Can you believe this weather? It's crazy! I love that we're norther neighbors.
And yay for getting back to your excercising! You can do it! I believe in you!!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Oh, heck on the computer stuff!

It is still snowing here, but I'm looking forward to hitting the hot springs as soon as possible. I hear ya on that warm weather note, Hart!

Kathy M.

Helena said...

I've been SO tired of all the cold and layered clothes that now -- with warmth and sunshine -- I feel ALIVE again. Layering up every friggin' time I wanted to just step outside was getting oppressive.

Now exercise will seem normal!

Ciara said...

Sorry about the computer issues, those are always the worst. Ugh! I'm not ready for the summer months. There wasn't a winter! That means the mosquitoes will be awful.

Anonymous said...

"See how long you can be a crabbypants with not pants!" That is the best motto ever! Good luck fixing your laptop. I worry weekly about how to survive the demise of my laptop. *shudder*

Cool Black Hawk said...

wow...what an owesome blog you've made.

but, don't you feel it's a little bit too honest?

Cold As Heaven said...

Still too cold here. Naked people in the snow won't be happy for a long time >:)

Cold As Heaven

James C. Wallace II said...

It was Mark Twain who once said: "Naked people have no influence in society."
Mark Twain obviously never knew about the Internet Machine!!!

Me personally, I prefer to be nekid!!!

Arlee Bird said...

Naked, eh? My sister-in-law is moving in with us this week-end. I'll suggest to my wife that our house will now be a no clothing zone.
Yeah, that should go over like pork chops at a Jewish wedding.

Broken computer in our age is like a cowboy having his horse stolen.

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Angela Scott said...

Good luck with the laptop. I've had similar issues and it sucks so bad. Fingers crossed that it will be fixed soon.

As far as being naked, I like to be comfortable. I like comfortable clothing (whenever I can, the first thing to come off is that stupid bra) but to run around naked, I'm not so comfortable in my bare skin. AND, I'm immature, too, so standing around with a group of naked people would just bring on the giggles.

Misha Gericke said...

It's weird, but I always manage to shed the pounds just as winter comes closer. And that, of all times, would be when I need insulation. Go figure.

Hope you get your laptop back soon. :-)

Marjorie said...

Yay for naked time!

R. Brady Frost said...

We had a very nice day this week, went for a walk around the block. Now we're paying for it with wind and rain.

I just stopped by, but I like this place. I might stick around for a while. :)

It is estimated that around 2,000 people, on average, are killed by pants each year. Alarming scientific data shows an upward trend in the next few years.