This morning Graham and I were discussing the rain and I told him that it was probably going to turn to snow by this evening. Our conversation went something like this:
"Graham, March could come in like a lion or like a lamb. If it's a lion, that means that we will have cold, stormy weather. If it's like a lamb, it will come in calm and beautiful. Since it's raining now and going to snow later, do you think March is coming in like a lion or like a lamb?"
Graham looked at me and sighed.
"No, Mommy," he said. "March is coming in like a goat."
I don't get it. If you do, please let me know what this means.