We had some interesting weather last night. Lots of updrafty/downdrafty clouds, though luckily, only a little rain, a little boom and flash, and no hail. The temp dropped from a stifling 98 degrees (with a 76 degree dewpoint, so you know how terrible it was), down to 71 degrees in about 15 minutes.
These little low-hanging clouds were all traveling to the beat of their own drummers- each one was going in a different direction. Lots of unfocused rotation, with unfocused being the operative word.
And now that the shawl is done, I've been doing a little easy knitting- socks and fingerless mittens with mitered square cuffs (which class I am teaching at various venues this summer and fall). I won't have time for a lot of knitting once we get to the beach, but since I cannot (and never have been able to) read in the car, I will be doing about 3,000 miles worth of road knitting in the next couple of weeks.
Well, those suitcases aren't going to pack themselves...my next post will probably come from Sheridan. Yeehaw!