Warm Gloves

Glove Warmer

In the course of a days work I take my gloves off many times to do fine work that the heavy leather won’t permit. If I leave the gloves sitting somewhere I: 1) may forget them; 2) a pig may take them (they don’t fit); and 3) the gloves get cold and stiffen up with ice. My hands don’t appreciate the last.

My solution is I put my gloves inside my work suit or jacket which lets me keep track of them and keeps them warm. It does make me look a bit buxom.

Outdoors: 17°F/3°F 10″ Snow
Tiny Cottage: 68°F/67°F

Daily Spark: Palmagranite – The fruity sort of way you feel when you get slapped up side of the head with a mountain.

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7 Responses to Warm Gloves

  1. Pablo says:

    Seems like that addresses several points at once, the last not being the least.

  2. Sal says:

    Have to admit to enjoying Pablo’s infrequent comments almost as much as the posts themselves!

  3. I don’t even want to know what you do with your boots when you take them off to go wading.

  4. Teresa says:

    Seems like a perfectly logical solution!

  5. Nance says:

    I am going to learn this habit, Walter, at this late date. I have 6 fine black left gloves and only 2 mismatched right handers. Where do they go? Agreed, about Pablo. Just last evening I checked out Roundrock Journal . . . in hopes.

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