Nakie Rain Dancing  

ButteryDelight 58F
1961 posts
7/28/2006 12:19 pm

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Nakie Rain Dancing

I look outside my window and it's raining again here. It's not supposed to keep on raining through out the day but I can enjoy it while it lasts. Today is not going to be like yesterday. I don't think I am going to spend today taking a bubble bath and then reading in my bed. Instead I am going to sit on my front porch with my cup of tea, watch the rain and think of fond memories of past rainy days.

One of my favorite memories is of the time I danced naked in the rain. I know ya are probably shocked that I did such a thing but there is a part of me who rebels on occasion, that side that gets tired of always doing the "right" and expected thing. I may look all sweet and innocent on the outside but on the inside there is this wilder, bolder side to me that just has to come out occasionally.

When I went away to college and was out from under the watchful eyes of my parents that wilder part of me frequently came out. The town where I went to college had a small lake on the outskirts of the city. Nothing more then a few picnic tables and a boat ramp it was still a favorite hang out for the college students.

I have fond memories of that lake because it is there that I also went skinny dipping for the first and only time. Then there is the tree I used to climb and spend hours meditating and pondering while sitting on a limb. Lastly there is the memory of the only time I danced naked in the rain. It is that memory that I am going to tell you about now.

This memory was brought to my mind when I read a comment by JVT. He was talking about how he enjoyed the feel of the rain pelting his skin and clothes. There is nothing quite like that feeling. It's like a million fingers are tap dancing on your skin. At least it felt that way to me on the day I danced in the rain.

After my classes were over I had gone to the lake to think and so it was early in the afternoon. I was fairly certain I'd have the place to myself as most of the towns people came to the lake in the evenings and the college students came late at night to drink and party.

I actually just went to the lake to relax, unwind and do some thinking. I didn't intend on doing a nakie rain dance, it just happened. The skies had been cloudy all day but there was only a 15% chance of rain. I had been there about thirty minutes. Long enough to climb up to this little bluff over looking the lake.

I kicked off my shoes and sat down in the grass. I was happy, just being alone for a minute with my thoughts when I felt the first raindrops on my arms. At first I was not pleased that it was raining and I sighed a little, thinking that I was going to have to leave now. As I stood up it began to rain harder. There was no way I was going to be able to make it back to the car with out getting soaked.

It really began to pour then and for some unknown reason this wild impulse rose up in me and before I knew it I had all my clothes off. I just slung them down on the ground at my feet and started dancing around yelling and waving my arms. I even did a few cartwheels. That’s the last time I did cartwheels too as for the next week my body ached in my back and thighs. I guess my body was telling me that as a 20-year-old woman, I could no longer do cartwheels.

I stopped after a bit and just stood there with my eyes closed, my face turned up to the sky, smiling. My hair was plastered to my skull, rainwater running in rivets over my hard nipples, my breasts and down the rest of my body. It’s difficult to describe what I felt then. The only way I can is to say it was almost a “spiritual” feeling, a feeling of being one with nature and the earth. I felt so alive with the rain pouring down my body. It was a great feeling, a feeling of freedom and wonder and peace. I slowly opened my eyes; wiping the rain away I stood near the edge of that little cliff and just watched the rain fall. Nature was at its finest and giving me quite a show.

It was a short spring shower but I stood there till it was all over and then the greatest thing happened. Just as the clouds parted and the sun peeked through, a rainbow appeared in the sky right over the lake. It was breath taking as I felt I could almost reach out a hand and grasp that rainbow. I stood there long enough to let the sun dry my body. I sure hated to put my wet clothes back on and drive back to town, but I did it.

I’d like to think that we all have a little bit of a rebel inside of us, that we all have a streak of unpredictability there too. Don't ya have times when we just want to cut loose? Have you ever danced naked in the rain? Are you the impulsive type? Do you do things on the spur of the moment? Has there been a time where you just went with your feelings and did something you wouldn’t do ordinarily?



amoldenough 70F
16436 posts
7/28/2006 12:31 pm

I did go out in the rain nekkid once. I didn't stay too long because there were other people in the house and I didn't want to be seen. It was great, too, and I may just look for another opportunity

"Don't cry because it's over; smile because it happened."


MaggiesWishes 60F

7/28/2006 12:38 pm

In my mind, I dance a thousand times in the rain ... in reality, only a few times ... and you're right, it's almost spiritual in it's innocence.

Beautifully shared & to let us walk down memory lane with you.
Warm huggies 2ya


puntachueca 105M

7/28/2006 12:44 pm

Love the image...dancing in the rain

We went almost 10 months here with no rain...and then yesterday it was cloudy and drizzly in the morning ...bet a lot of people went out in their yards naked to thank the sky gods for the blessing.


ButteryDelight 58F

7/28/2006 11:16 pm

    Quoting amoldenough:
    I did go out in the rain nekkid once. I didn't stay too long because there were other people in the house and I didn't want to be seen. It was great, too, and I may just look for another opportunity
amoldenough, I haven't had another opportunity to dance naked in the rain. But, I do think about it.

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ButteryDelight 58F

7/28/2006 11:21 pm

    Quoting MaggiesWishes:
    In my mind, I dance a thousand times in the rain ... in reality, only a few times ... and you're right, it's almost spiritual in it's innocence.

    Beautifully shared & to let us walk down memory lane with you.
    Warm huggies 2ya
Yes, Maggie, sometimes the joy just spills over and I long to dance in the rain.

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wickedeasy 67F  
26819 posts
7/29/2006 10:11 am

i love the image - such a true celebration of the moment

made me smile big time

You cannot conceive the many without the one.


ButteryDelight 58F

7/29/2006 12:26 pm

    Quoting wickedeasy:
    i love the image - such a true celebration of the moment

    made me smile big time
Yes, it was definitely one of those rare moments of joy.

Glad you smiled WE.

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rm_shannee2006 52F
3355 posts
7/30/2006 11:51 am

Wow...That was beautiful. Thank you for the story. I have many stories with emotions and sensations like that which I hug close to me. They make my life feel special as a result. I hope you keep seeking them...and a rainbow. Now that feels like the sky celebrated you right back doesn't it?

Yup...this juiciness is from me....

S


BadAssBlonde1 57F
4989 posts
7/30/2006 5:04 pm

Excellent visual, BD. I enjoy walking in the rain nude. Dancing is a give me Water is always tempting to me. Just can't stay out of it. You mentioned streaks of unpredictability, yes yes yes.

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ButteryDelight 58F

7/30/2006 7:45 pm

    Quoting rm_shannee2006:
    Wow...That was beautiful. Thank you for the story. I have many stories with emotions and sensations like that which I hug close to me. They make my life feel special as a result. I hope you keep seeking them...and a rainbow. Now that feels like the sky celebrated you right back doesn't it?
Yes, the rainbow was like the icing on the cake..the finish to a wonderful time.

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ButteryDelight 58F

7/30/2006 8:18 pm

    Quoting __JVT__:
    BD...lol...I can almost picture it I can't say I have danced naked in the rain...since I can't dance lol, but I have run around in the backyard naked in the rain on occasion. It was fun and it would be fun to experience it with someone else someday.


    JVT
JVT..I can't dance either! lol. It was more of a free body movement, a bubbling sensation, a joyous feeling.

Back at ya..lol.

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ButteryDelight 58F

7/30/2006 8:21 pm

    Quoting puntachueca:
    Love the image...dancing in the rain

    We went almost 10 months here with no rain...and then yesterday it was cloudy and drizzly in the morning ...bet a lot of people went out in their yards naked to thank the sky gods for the blessing.
wow! 10 months with out any rain. And I thought two months was bad.

Perhaps, they did. I can just imagine my neighbors dancing naked in the rain..*giggles* My neighbors are my mother in law and father in law.

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ButteryDelight 58F

7/30/2006 8:24 pm

    Quoting BadAssBlonde1:
    Excellent visual, BD. I enjoy walking in the rain nude. Dancing is a give me Water is always tempting to me. Just can't stay out of it. You mentioned streaks of unpredictability, yes yes yes.

    For all Time,
    Lady Hunter
    {=} in the Wind from the Atlantic
Perhaps a little unpredictability is a good thing?
Thank you for your comments.

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