Our Weather, Highs and Lows
Did I ever mention that our weather is nuts?
I took the blue cow's photo on March 19th, a beautiful sunny day in the 60s F (around 16 or 17 C), when we went out to Sherman's Dairy Bar for our very first ice cream of the season.
I took this one the next morning. It snowed all day.
Two weeks later, look at this: green and sunny!
Okay, green and sunny and purple and scented with violets:
Last week, we had three days in a row at or near 80 F (27 C)! I'm not really a fan of weather this warm in spring, because it speeds it up too much for me. Flowers pop out and wither in a day.
Time sped up enough when our son was born - I don't need the weather to contribute to my feeling of being in a time-lapse film.
Not to mention when it's so seductively warm and gorgeous outdoors, I have a hard time staying inside and knitting, even on pretty things like this.
I'm out to row 91 on chart D, finally, on both versions of Kinzel's Lilac Time. It's pretty hard to show the stargate anymore. It's all crowded on the needle and looks like a fluffy woolly skunk cabbage.
I really should take a picture of how much yarn I have left of the original ball of Daphne, because it's looking more and more like I'll have to use the Jojoland Harmony to finish.
Especially if I knit on a border all the way around!