I hope you enjoyed reading Jack's post yesterday. It's very unusual for him to be as polite as that about me so I've read it several times.
He had a very busy day as he started to get the garden ready for winter. He cleared away quite a lot of summer stuff and planted the winter vegetables. We've now got white and purple sprouting broccoli, cauliflowers, Brussels sprouts, leeks and broad beans in the raised bed.
The last of the runner beans have found their way to my freezer and the final tomatoes can ripen in the conservatory. A few pink fir apples (potatoes) are in the bucket and I've put the remaining golden beetroot in the saucepan.
These sweet peas are all that remain of my summer display. If you are wondering about the bit of foil next to them I will tell you before Jack does. It fell into the soup. What he won't tell you is that I served it to me, not him. He'll have to miss out on the sympathy vote this time