I was going to do a post on book shelves this morning, but after checking my camera....I found that the batteries need charging. So, no pictures today.
I'll just have to dream up another post that might interest some of you.
Today was a pool day. We decided to go earlier....the pool had many more people this morning. As I went into the water I said to Joe, "This reminds me of the movie Cocoon."We both loved the movie...and he laughed. Everyone had gray hair and were bobbing up and down with the music. It was a senior aerobics class. The music was jazzy and they were keeping time with their exercises. I have to laugh....we oldsters look so funny.
There are so many different kinds of women who go there....tall, thin, heavy, very few just right. You never know who you will meet in the dressing room....some are very modest, hiding in the locked bathroom stalls...trying to undress and dress in that very small space....banging into the walls and the door. Some are a little more modest, out in the locker room, hiding behind a towel...trying to keep all body parts from being seen while holding onto the towel with their chin. Some undress and dress quickly facing the wall and not taking time to look around at others. Then there are some who throw all caution to the wind. They come around to visit, while nude, walking all over the dressing room. Maybe they have their towel thrown over their shoulder like a shoulder bag. They may rinse out their suit and use the suit spinner, come over and visit while you're dressing, take a leisurely shower, go to the bathroom, blow dry their hair....all the while not wearing a stitch of clothing. This morning a mother with two boys of maybe 7 and 9 was in the ladies dressing room. One boy in the shower and the other fully dressed and waiting for Mom and brother. "Why are we in the ladies room?" was what I heard from the other side of the lockers. The boys got quite an education this morning, when these other women were parading around.
Men have always been more used to being nude in front of other men. The YMCA in our town insisted that the men swim in the nude. I always wondered about the lady who was at the desk, checking in the men. Now days everyone is required to wear a suit.
This really got off topic this morning. From book shelves to nudity. Something for everyone.