Cornelia and I traded colloquialisms before we got down to the business of knitting. It was 49 degrees, cold, and rainy this morning. I mean really, really cold. I knew it was a cold night last night because my dog wanted to sleep under the covers. Cornelia told me the origin of the expression “three dog night”. It’s an Australian expression. On really cold nights, three dogs were called into the bed to keep the owner from freezing to death.
She is enjoying working her customfit sweater. When she reached a particular row count all the stars were in alignment. The number of rows she completed = the number of inches completed = number of rows worked since last decrease.
As for today’s weather, remember the New England, “If you don’t like the weather, stick around and it will change.