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Must Be The Season of the Which?


"Do you know about the equinox?" expressed  Elizabeth.

"The equinox, really?" replied Rachel. "Isn't that a new car by Chevy?"

"No, no, no" nattered Nathan. "The equinox has to do with the change of season in the spring and the fall".

That's right, responded Richard. "It marks the two times a year the sun is directly over the equator."

"Yeah, the equinoxes along with the solstices" said Sam, "are directly related to the seasons of the year".

"And come the fall equinox" Edward expressed " the days grow shorter".

"And with the equinox in the spring" suggested Suzy "the days grow longer".

Well everyone thought this was just marvellous. They'd all put their heads together and worked out the story of the seasonal equinoxes. There was just one question.

"Do the number of summer daylight hours equal the number of winter hours in the dark?" declaimed Don.

'Oy vay" Victor voiced. If anyone knows anything about the spring equinox Vern'll.

The guys at Studio30+ went seasonal this week and their prompt was vernal/spring. I hope I didn't disappoint with my day in the sun.


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