It was a how could we have slipped back so easily into our autumn routine? kind of a weekend.
Because it was a rugby watching, apple crumble considering (it had to be apple: we only found six blackberries), curry collecting (six different kinds, bought at the market, packed for the student to take with him), early evening gardening in the late golden sunshine kind of a weekend.
Which is why I was caught trying to inpect the shed.
It's on my hitlist for a big autumn clear out.
Things to note about this photo:
1. I did make a half hearted attempt to climb on the top of the pile of stuff, to pose, as suggested by the photographer. But he got fed up waiting.
2. Finally, that striped t shirt has been relegated to gardening wear.
What else? It was a "did you know?" kind of a weekend. I had no idea that the first Saturday of September is World Beard Day. And I was also intrigued to learn that potatoes you find in an unexpected bit of the garden are called "volunteers" because they've pushed themselves forward. These are especially hardy souls: we didn't plant any potatoes this year.
|Volunteering for a photo on World Beard Day|
So with the plucky potatoes in mind, I'll wish you a brave new start to your week. Oh, and talking of new starts? I've finally made my way over to Instagram. You can find me fromhighinthesky. All I need to do now is post something!
So last week Deb, Helena, Eileen, Karen, Louise H, Mary-Lou, Ladkyis, Cheri, Sheena, Fiona, Michelle, Julia, Louise and Alison all gave us a wave, wished us a good start to Monday. I'm waving back! Why not think about joining us?