I am a glove - a leather glove - girl. My grandma bought me my first pair of leather gloves the first winter after my Confirmation. I took it as a sure sign of coming into womanhood. I've worn only leather ones since then. Except, if I'm about serious winter activities. Then my mittens come out.
Walking through the snow to take in it's magic, serenity, and beauty - I seem to enjoy the walk so much more in my cozy, comfy mittens.
Nothing like a snowball made from mittened-hands...and for rounding out a snowman's head! (Not that I've done much of this winter activity in many years.)Aah...snow angels...you have to wear mittens to make a perfect snow
angel. I did this a few years ago with my niece who grew up in
Florida. She had never seen snow before.
And for the dreaded shoveling! My hands stay much warmer in my mittens. The rest of me is freezing, but my hands are nice and warm.
I guess you can tell we're not an outdoor-activity family. But, I do love my gloves and mittens!
My mittens do have leather on the palms. :0)
My son wears gloves with no fingertips. :0(
My daughter wears the new - but much needed - gloves with
thingamajigs in the fingertips so she can use her iPhone and not have
to take her gloves off. :0?
Are you a glove, mitten, fingerless, or finger-thingamajig person?
Because of Him and Unto Him,