I’m taking a short break from my writing project to enjoy a break in a bit of sunshine that is coming in from the window at the front of our home. Yesterday’s mail brought me the latest edition of Going Natural, the naturist magazine of the Federation of Canadian Naturists. I have been a member of the group since the summer of 2013 when I attended my first naturist campground and experienced social nudity.
A lot has happened in just over four years since then. Now, I feel comfortable in my own home, comfortable enough to read by the front window while wearing nothing but my skin.
It only makes sense that I do a lot of reading, and even more sense that naturist books and other publications make up a good part of my current reading. Books and magazines have a way of bringing the “world out there” into our personal world. In cold climates such as during a Canadian winter when one either wears clothing or turns up the central heating, nudity is a challenge. Getting lost in a good story that paints pictures with words, or a publication that celebrates naturism with images is one way to stay connected in spite of snow outside the window.
Now, my time for a break is over and I need to return to writing a book that I hope will allow others to enjoy a few pleasurable moments being lost in a good story.