Jessie- In New Hampshire enjoying the cooler weather and indulging in some holiday knitting!
Today we are continuing the celebration of Edith’s latest release Christmas Mitten Murder. So Wickeds, do you prefer mittens, gloves,
Barb: Congratulations, Maddie, Lynn, and Lee! I’ve always been partial to gloves, myself, the crazier the color, the better. But I do have a marvelous pair of mittens my sister-in-law made for me that come with a matching cowl. The whole ensemble is very warm.
Sherry: Congratulations on the new novella! I had a muff when I was little and thought it was the epitome of elegance. However, it was completely impractical. Like Barb, I prefer gloves. My favorite pair are leopard print. They keep my hand nice and toasty.
Liz: Congratulations on the novella! I don’t really want to think about winter yet, but I do love cozy gloves too. Also ones that let me not have to take them off to do stuff on my phone…
Julie: Congratulations Edith/Maddie! I am a glove gal for the most part, but when it is really cold or when I’m taking a winter walk, I like mittens. They tend to keep hands warmer, but aren’t great for driving or dealing with your wallet. Of course, since mittens are a murder weapon in these novellas (I assume), I may stick to gloves.
Jessie: Congratulations, Maddie! I love mittens for walking my dog or other extended outdoor activities once it becomes very cold. For driving or slightly warmer weather
Edith/Maddie: Thanks so much, dear Wickeds. You would be right, Julie! Mittens playing a part in the murder was mandated by my editor. As I discussed yesterday, I’m a mittens wearer all the way. Mine have a little bit of “tread” on the palms, so they don’t slip on the steering wheel. I have other puffy insulated mitts for when it’s super cold out and I need to shovel snow.
Readers, do you need some form of handwarmer where you reside? If so, which do you