Similar Posts


  1. I have also just used alcohol in a spray bottle on the ice on the windshield. It works.

  2. Until you get some gloves, pull some socks over your hands to at least have some protection outdoors. Or oven mitts! Take care out there.

  3. And I could have used that de-icer down here in Albany, GA last week and this morning too! I am getting me some this weekend! I do have gloves, lol as we do get little flurries here and down in the teens & 20s alot in Jan all the way till about mid March and then there is usually one last cold freeze hurrah and then we jump UP with the heat…

    1. Albany, GA?!!!! That’s where so much of the footage in Sherwood Pictures’ films is shot, right? We REALLY like what the Kendrick Brothers do–Fireproof, Flywheel, Remember the Titans. War Room, etc.

  4. I’m in Alaska and never heard of this. I’m going to go and get some too!! Brenda can you please tell us where you got that cute wood carved tree with the white carvings on the inside?

  5. They sell a de-icer that’s also a mitt to keep your hand warm, Brenda. With your arthritis you shouldn’t be letting your hands get that cold anyway, so perhaps it’s time to pick up those gloves after all!

  6. I think the de icer suggested is a great idea. I am going to look for that from my car. We have many days of scraping ice here in Illinois!!! Have a great rest of this week.

  7. Brenda, I have several pairs of microfiber gloves I got at the Dollar Tree. They are the warmest little gloves I have ever had on my hands. I have Raynaud’s syndrome, so my hands really suffer in the cold weather. Those microfiber gloves have been a God send. I love the way you embrace every season of the year while looking forward to the next. Sandra

  8. Where did you buy the white tree with the long stems in this blog? I love it!

  9. Brenda, go to an auto parts store and look for Prestone windshield deicer. It comes in a squirt bottle and you simply spray it on your windshield after brushing the snow off, and it instantly melts it. I only paid $3.00 a bottle here in Reno, it is quite inexpensive. It is a life saver for me. After spraying it on the windshield I simply turn on my windshield wipers to clear the windshield. Of course I have already started my car and turned on my heater to help from the inside.

    1. Didn’t know about that. I’ll get some. It’s really hard on my hands to scrape that ice! Thanks!

        1. Thank you so much, Patrice! I’m adding that to my Walmart list. ?

Comments are closed.