I’m constantly watching the gadget to see if the temperature is going up or down. If the humidity goes up, I think it must be snowing or about to start snowing. We have a railing out on the balcony where snow collects until it gets too high and falls off. I watch to see if it will fall in or out. The snow can change from flurries to white out conditions very quickly, so I like to watch the window and keep tabs on the snow outside when I’m inside.
The coldest I’ve seen on this gadget is 10 F. The warmest, on a sunny day, was about 35 F. Most day times it gets in the mid-20’s F. The weather here is quite entertaining.
Dragon stitchingI’m doing some compensation stitches and outlining – nothing much that is photo worthy. Here is a picture of the DragonMaster’s designer and teacher, Dorothy Lesher, with her piece, taken at the class I took at Calloway Gardens School of Needle Arts in January 2010. For more information on Calloway Gardens School of Needle Arts, see http://www.callawaygardens.com/info/calendar/calendar.needlearts.event.aspx