by Jane Lu, AP'18

Being with baby goats strangely is not an easy task. We have to dodge their restless jumps all the time. Their rock-hard hooves carry their weight onto us when we sit down on the field: heavy and unstoppable. Yet, there is something simple in visiting and playing with the baby goats. These are the little moments: when they all dash out of the shed to welcome us in, when they give us a surprise by jumping onto our perfectly straightened backs, and most importantly, when we feel their tummy with short hair pulsing, expanding, and heating up in the summer breeze.


Jane Lu is from Taiyuan, China and is part of the 2018 Blue Ridge Session cohort. She is a rising sophomore at the University of British Columbia.