It's the last day of autumn and although winter is just about here, there is still the chance of some nice fine days in June. There is still a lot to do in the garden before it gets too wet underfoot and the new garden bed I started the other day is not progressing very far. I spent today playing catchup cleaning at the Shop - sweeping and washing the floors. It got me thinking about how housework is a never ending task. You get it all neat and tidy, spend all that time and then you have to do it all over again the next day! At least when you finish a quilt it's done and you can start on something totally new. And when I die how will people remember me? Will it be because I swept the floors everyday or will they remember me for the quilts I make, the volunteer work I do, my garden or because I'm me.