The other morning I woke up to the smell of fresh coffee and the sun beaming across the foot of my bed. I stretched and lay there for a moment, just letting the sheets rub gently across my naked body. I just love that feeling in the mornings.
I sleep in the nude because I just can’t stand the feeling of clothes binding as I try to sleep. I have always slept nude since I was a little girl and at times I even dislike sleepovers at friends houses if I can’t sleep nude… I will sleep with clothes for you once, but after that don’t expect me at your sleepover unless you relax your pajama policy! It’s just more comfortable to sleep without clothes, and I don’t understand who made the stupid rule that you people have to wear something all the time. Anyway back to my story.
I got out of bed and made my way out of my bedroom and down the hall to the bathroom. I did my morning rituals and opened my contact case to put in my “eyes”. You see I am blind as a bat, and I can barely see anything without my contacts. Anyway…I am standing there butt naked in my bathroom (because that’s how I roll) with the bathroom door wide open… we hardly close any doors at our home. I go to put my right contact in and when I bring my finger up to my eye I realize my contact is not on it! I look back in the now blurry case and it is not there. I look all over the blurry countertop, and it is nowhere to be found. I start to look at the floor when my Dad comes walking past the bathroom doorway. He tells me “Good morning sunshine!” asked if I had a problem, and I told him I lost my contact. He just looks at me with a big grin on his face, points at my boobs and says, “Looks like your headlights are on”. I smile at him and instantly bring my hands up to my boobs…only to find that my contact had fallen and landed perfectly on the tip of my right nipple! I started to laugh, as my Dad turns and walked away shaking his head saying, “what am I going to do with you!’ Laughing I just spun around to look at myself in the mirror, and he was right…my headlights were on.
—Lots of Love,