Walking down paths in the fields, often we gather up the seeds of cobbler's pegs on our clothes naturally, the seeds spread its territory relying on others to move them. The seed of a cobbler’s pegs has a moustache-like split on one end of its skinny long seed. When animals walk through the top of the grass bush, the moustache brings the seed to flight, then drops off in another random opportunity. During our walks, do we notice intentionally these seeds on our ankle gather up and drop off as we extend our walking distances. During our direct observation to these seeds, are we also observing our own movement in physical exercise?