Well, yes, we do have careers.
Twiggy, on the other hand is still beautiful, rich and famous (at least in Britain); one of those "national treasure" people. I wonder if she sits up late at night marking papers and preparing classes.
Never believe what a teacher says.
I know it's a ridiculous cliché and I despise myself for my lack of originality, but at this time of year I can't help thinking of the garden as being like a lovely woman whose beauty is fading. It’s still got some colour but you can see it used to be much prettier.
I must try to think up a better simile before next year.
How about this for an action photo? Unimpressed by the flowers, Cassie was trying to catch an insect.
This is Dr Son in the garden at Rockcliffe. Not really like home, is it? (He's looking a bit brooding and Heathcliffish, but I think he was just about to smile. He had also taken the opportunity of a non-working day not to shave. )
Today is damp and chilly. Autumn is on the way.