poor bird

Tuesday September 6, 2005

My wake up call at 7:45 brought me scones and cappuccinos. Jake hasn’t gotten up that early in years! ha! Isn’t he sweet?! This is great living in the same city!

While sipping our cappuccinos we decided that my windows were really pathetic and needed a good cleaning. This was not an easy task. There were six sliding glass windows that needed to be removed and both sides were caked in a fine layer of dirt. I tired everything but nothing satisfied me. They were still dirty.

Conventional window cleaners having nothing compared to a home remedy of white vinegar, water and newspaper…my windows now sparkle streak free. A bird actually just smashed into my window. Poor bird.


  1. Christa says:

    You must have done a good job on those windows! Birds flying into them is always a good sign of great cleaning. Glad to hear things are going well in Iowa. What a great guy you have there…does he give lessons?

  2. Cheryl says:

    poor thing.

    But hey, cappucino!

  3. still_figuring_out says:

    yup. newspaper. i`ve tried that. works great!

  4. Jayleigh says:

    How funny… my mom and grandma used that too. I just swipe it with windex and if that doesn’t get it, oh well… I’m saving the life of a bird. hehehe

    How great it is, the high from living in a place where your sweetie is and being happy in your heart!

  5. mariel says:

    Breakfast in bed.. that’s really sweet!!!! I hate cleaning windows.. usually after I’ve been working on them for 3 hours it starts raining ;-)

  6. LadyKRAE says:

    Oh la la! Breakfast in bed with Jake! – Nice

    I’ve had a Bluejay hit our large picture window before… it left 2 little white feathers at that spot of impact. Bird was stunned for a second but flew away.

  7. Miladysa says:

    Vinegar and newspaper – unbeatable! :)

  8. Amanda says:

    wow…good to know…my windows get SO dirty, it’s really disconcerting…


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