knitxcore.: Vocabulary Lesson: "Clowder".

Friday, July 01, 2011

Vocabulary Lesson: "Clowder".


clowder-(1801) n. a group of cats.


Dave likes to test my vocabulary knowledge from time to time. I believe he is just wondering if all of this "lit-major" stuff is a scam and that I am going to run away to the Rhode Island School of Design and major in basket weaving or some crazy thing. The other night, we were watching television and he asked me if I knew what I "clowder" was. Of course I replied, "a group of cats". He was in shock. He thought he finally had me, but I won again. Take that. Haha.

It seems as though things have sort of escaped me this week. I have absolutely no concept of time. I pulled this post together quickly and I apologize for the lack of editing. I do, however, have some exciting things planned for next week, so hopefully you will be able to forgive me.


Coming Up...

-Connor the Clown
-A Work in Progress; The Bathroom.
-The First Roll of Film From My Diana Mini
-Planning and Prepping: A Braided Rug
-"Eternal Teenager Syndrome" or "All the Girls Are Doing It, So Why Can't We?"
-A Work In Progress; A Black Apple Apron

...and so much more!


Colby Kern said...

This is a word that will actually come in handy!

Erin Joy said...

That's a good one, all right. I'm rather partial to a "fluther" or "smack" of jellyfish, myself.

Anastasia said...


eat my shorts said...

Thank you for posting this clowder on your blog. It is awesomesauce.