That's an odd word. Some folks around here use it to mean the "pacifier" given to babies. I'm calling it the same as Spring. We got a blue million daffodils up in the yard, it got into the upper 60's last week, and yesterday it snowed. Enough winter! It's almost April, for cryin' out loud.
The Plaidman is losing his marbles. Today he noticed that his car tags expired last December. He distinctly remembered going to get the stickers, but couldn't find them. After a search of the living room and both cars he finally found the envelope from the county clerk's office -- showing that no, he did NOT already buy new "tags" (actually just the stickers). So he had to run out to the vehicle inspection center, but there's no hope of him getting to the clerks office before they close. He'll have to get that done tomorrow.
DiscoDame is (and there should be a fanfare) now covered by insurance!!! Thank you insurance marketplace. She had to wait about 3 months before they got done processing her application, and the premiums for two of those months + April had to be paid all at once (!%*$^%!!), but she's insured.
I am still swatching for the Gramps cardigan; I've even got a set of acrylic interchangeable circs on order at Haus of Yarn to try to get gauge. I spoke with the recipient's doting grandmother yesterday, to explain the issue, and she's cool -- the boy lives in a very warm climate and will likely not need a sweater till late Fall, but maybe I should make it bigger? He's two, I'd planned on making a size 4....but if gauge continues to elude me, I guess I could re-jigger the math to get a size between 4 and 6. This is not supposed to be a jacket-weight sweater, being worked in DK weight yarn. Still, I certainly don't want to use needles larger than US 7. I'll have to work on it.