I was working on book number three last night and finally finished the first chapter. (after three rewrites on how to start it, I’m pretty happy with how it turned out) I’ve had to do a lot of research for the third book as it will be answering some questions from the first two books as well as raising some for the final book. In doing my research, I realized that it may be a good idea to go back to the basics in my blog regarding some facts about the four-leaf clover since that is the premise of my story.
*First, if you are lucky enough to find a four-leaf clover, you need to take a close look at it. A true four-leaf clover (known as Trifolium Repens),has equal clover leaves, meaning, one of the four are not smaller. If you notice a leaf that is smaller than the other three, then that isn’t necessarily a true four-leaf clover. Although, it is still somewhat rare. (The fake four-leaf clovers are known as: Oxalis Deppei, Marsilea Quadrifolia and Marsilea Polycarpa)
*Also, the four leafs represent faith, hope, love, luck. (here’s a teaser…keep this in mind when reading my book!)
*Finally, the three-leaf clover was used by St. Patrick to teach the holy trinity of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. There are some who will press a three-leaf clover into their bible as a sign of belief in the holy trinity.
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