If you read the post I wrote just before this one, the one about an Algerian spy who baby sat me in Morocco, there is a connection with that story and the lady who hid in a field. The lady was older than I am when I learned her story, but she was a teenager when it happened to her. We were at a Ladies’ Church Retreat in Texas, and the ladies were playing the game “To Tell the Truth.” If you have never played that game, you need three people, and everyone else plays. One of the three people has done something unusual, and the crowd asks questions of the three people. The one who did the unusual thing is supposed to tell the truth, but the two who didn’t do the unusual thing are supposed to lie and make the others think they were the ones who did it. At the end of the game, the winner is the person who figures out who is telling the truth. We played the game twice, once with my story, and once with an older lady’s story. Hers was funny and embarrassing for her, but she laughed it off.