As I said in another post, I’m starting a list to take note of anything that makes me feel interested or hopeful. Today’s item: I really love climbing over the cattle yard fences.
It’s hard to see how that information could possibly be useful, but I figure it’s better if I’m not too judgemental when making these notes. Maybe even the silly ones might later point to a pattern of interest or something.
So: climbing over the cattle yard fences. I love it. The fences are about two metres high, and I take three steps up, go over the top, then two steps down with a long drop to the ground with one foot while hanging onto a rail with both hands. Or something like that.
I don’t see how it could mean anything; it’s just something I like doing. I like the feeling of being able to lift myself up off the ground and then drop back down again; I like the change in perspective from a greater height; I like the feeling of being in control of myself body-wise; I like the feeling of almost-weightlessness and of being in the air.
Here’s a photo of the yards (the green shadeclothy-type stuff is tied onto that fence in order to slow the winds that have been howling through here over the last week or so):
Meanwhile, in other news, the blind calf (who is currently living in those yards with his mother) still appears to be blind. I’m still hoping one of his eyes will recover, but every day I get a bit more sad and fearful that it won’t happen.