A scattering of raindrops poured out and blown by the winds against windowpanes.
Water pooling in puddles where wildlife drink and children splash.
Sky poured fluid gathering in streams, rivers and oceans
lands are irrigated
marine creatures sustained
Life giving moisture
just one drop.
The recent blowing of rain against my windows has meant a bit more window washing as sun finds its way out and the marks where the drops landed block our view. Striving to live life more simply, more organically, I decided to try one of the many natural window cleaning solutions found on internet. I settled on this:
2 cups warm water
1/4 cup rubbing alcohol
1/4 cup white vinegar
1 tablespoon cornstarch
I added all ingredients right into a spray bottle and shook until mixed. It seemed to work well on the windows. Some versions included a drop of dish soap which I chose not to add. I may try a different solution when this one runs out. Do any of you make your own window/glass cleaner? Do you have a favorite I should know about?
(This is the first in what will be a regular "Simply" feature here at a dandelion diary. It will be similar to (and replace) the Simple Saturday posts. Thanks so much for reading!)