by Kathy Keeley
My experiences of being confined are generally not positive.
As a creature I like a lot of visual and mental stimulation so I feel I have to get out and about otherwise I get frustrated.
My home is lovely, my family is great, my decor and furniture arrangements are perfect, my animals are well behaved and interesting but I still need to get out of the house.
Fortunately I live a life where this is usually possible for at least part of the day. I am not a good patient and would be hopelessly depressed if I was physically disabled in a substantial way.
The only way to get me in a confined space for a long period of time would be to knock me out completely. I am slightly claustrophobic.
I need air, greenery and contact with the elements.