- Thursday, August 11, 2005
It was my day to drive the carpool. We were riding home from school this afternoon when a 5 year old asked me how the moon shines.
Trying to sound smarter then a 5 year old, I explained, "The light from the Sun is hitting the moon and being reflected back and we are able to see the light. It's like when you look into a mirror and the light reflects back your image and you can see yourself." I was very proud of myself for sounding brighter then this child.
She promptly replied, "Mrs. Snodgrass, I never glow like the moon in the mirror, so how does it glow?"
Well, she had me there and I answered, "That is why your parents are sending you to school...so you can find out and tell me."
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