So it's a bank holiday, and like all good Englishmen, I was out in the garden, or in this instance mostly in the potting shed because it was raining.
There were lots of seeds to plant, and seedlings planted earlier in the year to pot on. So I've planted:
Sweetcorn (in Blue Peter style in cardboard toilet roll tubes, to promote straight growth, see pic),
Rhubarb (long term investment, as it probably won't be in a condition to eat for two years),
And planted out into the great outdoors (hope we don't get too many hard frosts):
I've also be training our Wisteria, so that it grows over the arch, above our front gate, rather than trys to entangle itself with every passer-by.
Finally I moved the sensor from our digital weather machine, so that it is not in a little micro-climate that makes it read 15.7 Celsius when it's actually snowing!