Sunday, July 6, 2014

The Chlorophyll-Filled Days

Let’s play the ol’ party game, “Three Truths and a Lie.”  Listed below are four statements:  three are true, one is a lie.  Can you pick out the one that is NOT true?

1.) In the fall, leaves turn colors from green to red, yellow, or orange
2.) Strawberries are not berries
3.) Squirrels in Eastern Europe have pointier ears than American squirrels
4.) I have child-sized footprints on my dining-room walls

Ok, do you have a guess for which one is not true?  Drum roll, please…..

The answer is #1!   (Yes, #2, #3, and #4 are all true – see here , here , and here for proof!)

It turns out that leaves do not actually turn colors in the fall.... and that has gotten me really thinking.  So much so, in fact, that I wrote a whole guest post about it.  Come read "In the Chlorophyll-Filled Days" over here!

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