For the record, Mary made me do it.

Also for the record, Mike was delighted to help.

Without further ado, pop on over to Twitter and follow the hashtag #WorldNakedGardeningDay

World Naked Gardening Day

24 thoughts on “#WorldNakedGardeningDay

  1. That’s so funny. I couldn’t do naked gardening here as it’s far too cold. If it was warm of course I would😉


  2. You really pulled that off so well!!! It looked like so much fun that I just can’t stop smiling. We don’t have enough fun with life and you did it. I’ve always wanted a yard private enough to be naked in it. Oh well, maybe next time around. Thanks for the reminder.

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    • We need all the lightheartedness we can muster these days, Marlene. I agree. I’m glad you smiled. Our fences are tall, but I made sure I was out of view of any Nest cameras in the ‘hood. I would have been mortified. I hope you are doing well. xo

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  3. Well, leave it to Alys to pique my interest with an intriguing hashtag! I love your story/photo, and I share the smiles with your other readers! Until you brought it to my attention, I didn’t realize there was an “official” Naked Gardening Day. I’m not much of a gardener myself, but do other work in our yard, often (at least half-) naked, especially on the hottest summer days. In our zero-lot line neighborhood, where everyone else’s yard is just over the wall, and upstairs windows provide revealing views, privacy is mostly illusory. Our jungle-like foliage grants us a modicum of a shield. My attitude is that, should a neighbor happen to catch a glimpse, the sight is more “National Geographic” than “Playboy”. Indoors, it’s even easier to observe Naked Housework Day (which I choose to believe is every day). Kneepads, though, are often a lifesaver, whether indoors or out!


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