A nude Christmas in lockdown

It’s weird, but Christmas is almost upon us. Despite COVID-19 and all the misery it brought us.

How are you all going to get through the holidays as they approach? Are you giving in, as usual, to have a clothed festive season? Are you the lucky one who’s always had the opportunity to Ho-Ho-Ho in the nude?

So much is different now, and this isn’t different.

My Christmas will be quite a lot of the usual. A quiet day, as naked as possible at home, and dinner at my sister’s place. That will be clothed affair, but that’s okay. It’s once a year and she likes to make ‘a fuss’ of such dinners.

There won’t be a crowd (just her, her daughters and me) so that’s easy as well.

Paul nude outside

I’ll leave it at this. If you care to share your plans, please do.

Ho ho ho.

Great weather and lockdown, and still it’s good

I guess you all know it. The ‘why’ is COVID-19, Corona, pandemic, all those words and some more.

Sunlight

Here in the Netherlands, it feels like summer’s gone crazy. Well, spring at least. Temperatures that are just too good to be true (and they are!). Fabulous weather to visit nude beaches, nude parks, nude anything.

And we’re asked to stay home.

The strange thing about this is that I hope everyone does stay at home. Naturist or not, it’s not smart to go out and mingle while you can bring home a nasty surprise and slap that onto everyone in the house.

So how is this good, I hear you ask.

For one, we are inside this shitty situation and staying home is the only way to get out of it. It’s weird but true. If you have to go out, keep a distance of 1 alligator or so, that should be safe. And no, having to go to your favourite nude beach is not a need to go outside unless you’re the warden of the area and something untoward is going on there.

We’re in this together, nude and clothes, and only together we can get out of it.

Paul nude outside

If we do this the right way, life will be good again. Being nude outside will be possible again. And until then, don’t get caught with your pants down. (You know what I mean and if you don’t, let me know and I’ll explain it.)

Stay safe, everyone. Keep your distance and use the tools technology offers us to stay in touch without touching.

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