Today we are going to tackle something really easy, we are going to get all the windows cleaned on the inside of your house. Okay, you can go ahead and use the Windex if you wish, but personally, I prefer the good old vinegar and water method. For some reason this really seems to clean better for me to get all the nose prints from kitty cats off the window. I like to use either white vinegar or cider vinegar mixed half and half with water in a spray bottle and then wipe them dry and shiny with paper towels or best of all newspaper. I don't know what it is about the print in newspaper that seems to work so well but it sure does. No streaks when I'm done!
Now if it is a nice warm day, you might also like to do the outside windows as well but at least get the inside ones done. Also if you have screens on the outside windows, and you don't want to have to remove them, a lot of people like to hook up their hose and use some of the new Windex power spray for outside (or similar product) I do have to admit that I have never tried it, so can't give you a testimonial as to how well it works.
Speaking of sunshine, are your jonquils/daffodils in bloom yet? Mine are here in Oklahoma. What a wonderful site it is to see all those pretty yellow flowers blowing in the breeze. I am going to go get a vase or two and snip some flowers and bring them inside. Nothing like fresh flowers to cheer you up and cheer up your home.
While you are at it, if the weather is nice, why not open up the windows and let some fresh air blow through your house? It's been closed up for months now with all the cold winter weather and could use some good fresh air!