Ok so you are probably thinking about either cannabis or signs in parks but I promise it is neither.
It may be the joy of getting a little older with a brain injury or not being able to filter what I see but what happened the other day was unsettling to say the least.
Part of my weekly trip for household shopping is in a shopping centre with a public square that gets used for all sorts of things.
I noticed that a substantial part of it was green. From where I stood it looked painted.
Taking the direct route to the shop I needed to visit I walked on to it.
Bambi on a trampoline springs to mind. It was artificial grass but not like any I've encountered before. It was only about an inch deep but it was so dense and springy.
Developing coping strategies in real time was a new experience too.
Easy and very tempting option being to avoid it and walk all the way round on the way back from the shop.
Feeling especially brave I stepped onto the "grass" by the equally artificial gate (it did give some support) found my balance and VERY slowly moved across the area.
It probably took longer than walking around but I did it and I was proud of that.
Just wanted to share.