Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Ruby Tuesday - keeping warm

What you do when you don't have a Wheat Heat Bag.
I filled a pair of bed-socks with bird seed (I had lent the wheat bag I had been given, to my sick friend).


Gemma Wiseman said...

O how clever! It is as if you have answered my need! I find the wheat bag too heavy for my broken arm! It is broken in two places at the shoulder and very slowly healing! I have bird seed and I have socks! I must try it! Thank you so much!

Liza said...

Those look so comfortable.

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forgetmenot said...

Angie, Great minds think alike!!! I have a sock filled with rice--put it in the microwave for 2 minutes and it is the best little "neck warmer" you could possibly have. Mickie :)

Ann said...

hehehe, yummy, says your bird, Roasted seeds,

I do have many heat bags. I saw my son's sock and was wondering if I can recycle it to make a wheat heat bag, but I remember my friend saying to use cotton, if not during the microwaving, fumes will come out from the socks.

Stephanie V said...

I love it! There's always a way.

Marice said...

I agree those look comfy!

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Very good solution!
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ooglebloops said...

Great idea- is it chilly there - hat and scarf too?

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Don't the seeds explode when heated? Just wondering...


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