Procrastination Game

I read about it here.

Posted TreeThe Rules:

1. Pick up the nearest book.
2. Open to page 123.
3. Find the fifth sentence.
4. Post the next three sentences.

There are probably many answers.  Maybe there is not enough wind in tropical forests, or not enough animals in northern forests.  Perhaps there are fewer animals in northern forests simply because the trees don’t offer nectar rewards because they use the wind.


  1. Do you know what book my quote comes from?
  2. Do you want to play (/procrastinate)?

15 thoughts on “Procrastination Game

  1. Pingback: Procrastination Game « Nature Woman

  2. I’ve seen this exercise going around the blogging world! As for your entry, it’s not a from a field guide, I don’t think. But it is from some type of nature book. (I know, that’s probably a no duh statement).

  3. PS: Uh-oh, I mislead folks with my post’s original title. I’ve edited the post this a.m. to indicate that it’s a Book Meme. I just happened to use it to procrastinate for a bit.

  4. There are guadrillion books on trees, I always liked Peattie’s -The natural history of tress. Another that I have not seen is Matthews – Trees of the world. And I recently saw one that was simply ” Tree” by an english author whose name I have forgotten. Could your mystry book be any of these ??

  5. Cestoady – it is a book on trees. But none that you mention. Hint: I got it for Christmas and have mentioned it in this blog before!

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