I wonder where that expression came from. I know it's hotter out west--temps in the 100's-- but it's so humid here they said it was going to feel like 102º and it does. Or more. I have hung our a load of laundry and cleaned the kitchen, Mac did the dishes bless his heart. and I'm literally dripping in sweat. I refuse to turn the air conditioner on this early, it's just 10:34, so all I can do is sit under a fan. I'll be going in the pool as soon as the man who's cleaning our gutters is done. We found someone to do it, he showed up on time and he's almost done. Maybe I can get a swim in before today's storms start. I missed swimming yesterday because we went grocery shopping and it was late when we got back.
We finished wrapping our daughter's birthday gifts, weighing them, filling in the custom's forms and screaming when we saw how expensive it was going to be. Good thing she's worth it.
The rest of the day is mine, but in this kind of weather I won't be doing much. Steak sandwiches with asparagus for lunch.
Have a good weekend.
Looked up that expression "sweating cobs" and most sources think it's English in origin, Lancashire region, and has to do with round bread (cobs) rising and sweating.