I weeded AGAIN/STILL -- this time in the veggie patch.
Also continued tearing/cutting down entrenched post-bloom Wisteria which had congregated under and over the roof of my back porch. As I am very small, I used a ladder, and as I have injuries on my dominant hand, I struggled with loppers and pruners. You should see the mess that got hauled away! Including two birds' nests. Still much to be removed, especially what has overgrown the main house roof. Nobody warned me about Wisteria...sob...! But the blooms were magnificent this year.
Also finally planted corn among the cucumbers.
Also removed approx 100 tons of pine needles from the midst of two "guardian" shrubs on my front walk. Now wondering if I did the right thing. Will take and post a picture under Subject "Shrubs and pine needles" on <alt.binaries.pictures.gardens> showing how shrub appearance has changed for the worse.
Also watered veg patch as well as one flower bed in front and one in back. This is So. Calif coastal, which had very little precipitation during our "rainy season", purportedly Nov-March. Global warming in full, menacing swing.
(even goddesses can get achy muscles after exertion)