Making the most of the last few days of this amber coloured autumnal sunshine the garden is hanging on to the last of its flowers, I don't want it to end, but end it will - and then the garden it will go into hibernation biding its time before springing into life again in a few months.
Over the summer the greenhouse seems to get full of all sorts of things that shouldn't really be there, so that is my next job - clearing out under the bench, buckets, fleece, plastic milk bottles that I have stored comfrey juice in etc. And, lastly, I am going to bring my container herbs in - if the weather turns like the forecasters say it will, then these jobs need to be done fairly soon.
Looking out of the window this morning though, it is still fine and sunny and the wind has gone - plenty to do still, all the things I was hoping to get done during the last week still haven't been done as it has been too hot to work outside doing physical jobs, for me anyway. Perhaps I should make a list, then I would get the satisfaction of ticking them off, one by one - on the other hand, seeing everything that needs tackling might overwhelm me, and I'll just say blow it and not do anything.