Archive | May 29, 2018

New Hampshire 2018 TOPLESS Season Is Now Officially Open — May 29.

by Anura Guruge


Click pictures to ENLARGE.



Yes, today, Tuesday, May 29, 2018, was THE day. First time I ran topless this Summer. A tad late in the year, I think, BUT I was glad.

Yesterday was COLD. Wore sweats. This morning it was in the very low 70s. Thought I would need my sleeveless T-shirt. Actually put it on. But, once I got outside I realized that it was plenty warm enough to go topless.

It is always good to run topless. Don’t ask me why I was running a tad faster as my the pace on my Fenix 5 kept on informing me. At one point I slowed down to a near stop to make sure that the pace was correct.

This is ~13 pounds of added weight get up. ~5 pounds on the wrist the rest in the backpack.

Yes, I KNOW. I need to lose at least 20 pounds. Put this weight on during the last year. Not sure why. Probably because I am eating/drinking too much and not exercising enough. Plus I am cheating more on my low-carb diet. Yes, I know. I have to lose weight. I look like Trump. YIKES.

But, the good news. REJOICE.

The New Hampshire 2018 topless season, for BOTH genders, is now open — and remember there are NO STATE ordinances stopping you going topless.


Related posts:
Search ‘topless’.


by Anura Guruge


 

Teischan’s Art Now Includes Carpentry With Power Tools.

by Anura Guruge


Click to ENLARGE.






This has all to do with the total overhaul she is doing to her room — which includes some massive and very impressive wall murals. She will NOT let me take any pictures yet! She wants to finish it first.

When she was little I had put, at great trouble and cost, a TON of wooden shelving in her room so that she would never be short of space for her books, videos and games. Well, when she decided she was going to paint the wall she, laboriously, took 95% of the shelves down. She plans to put some of them back up, but to her specification and design.

She wanted to cut the shelves herself. So, I set her up using the chop saw I got last year when I installed deck railing. She was nervous and hesitant at first and wanted me to hold the saw with her. But, after about the third cut she was all set. It was good to see. She is very cautious and has good self-preservation instincts. So, I knew she wouldn’t chop off her hands.


Related Posts:
Search “Teischan”.


by Anura Guruge


%d bloggers like this: