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Took my usual Saturday morning dog walk over the common. It was a mild but blustery day, with a good stiff breeze, and a threat of rain in the air.
Aahaaa! Perfect for enjoying an airflow experience.
So, wearing my denim skirt, opaque hold-ups and ankle boots on the bottom half, and a blue and white horizontally striped, short sleeved T shirt, black and grey hoody and red lightweight waterproof jacket I set off for some fun.
It was lovely. Strolling along with a following breeze pressing my skirt against the backs of my legs, and a suggestion of airflow, was pure delight. I could have walked for hours.
But I hadn’t counted on the pink mist gathering strength. It can give a girl enhanced confidence but also encourage her to throw caution to the wind and be a little naughty.
The airflow was lovely – if a little subdued by the heavy denim skirt. I had already undone the bottom front button (hee hee’ rhymes with frontbottom) to give it more freedom of movement.
But it wasn’t enough. Euphoria kicked in. I wanted more airflow, needed more airflow, and there was hardly anyone out this morning. Dare I?
You can see where this is going can’t you?
There is an open area of scrub and gorse bushes with a couple of rustic benches for enjoying the scenery. I put my bag down on one and looked around. There was no one in sight.
And I could quickly put it back on if I spotted someone in the distance.
So I took off ………….. wait for it! ……
My red waterproof, scrunched it up and shoved it in my bag.
Now for it. Another nervous glance around. Anticipation building;
I slipped it off.
I’m talking about my hoody of course. What did you think I meant?
I wanted to experience the airflow, unencumbered with outerwear, on my bare arms. And it was glorious! Fabulous. I walked about a bit revelling in the freedom.
I had only been apprehensive because a woman wandering about in a T- shirt in this weather would look a little unusual, so I didn’t want to attract attention.
A lovely breezy walk. I returned to the car refreshed and relaxed. You can’t beat a bit of airflow.
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