Sometimes "he" gets it right.
Last Sunday spoilt us with a beautiful sunny break in the afternoon, only to turn drizzly later.
This glorious red bush in our garden is a restaurant for small birds.
I'm forever looking up at the clouds, and they never cease to amaze me by their shapes. This one looked like big feathery wings.
I know it looks sunny again in the photo, so why was I moaning about the bad weather. It's just we were trying to catch any break from rain to get outdoors. But it was definitely raining before and after that day.
The day before Halloween I carved a pumpkin with Hiccup and Toothless. I always carve a pumpkin, based on our favourite film and book characters.
In the last years we had a Gruffalo, Meg and Mog, Funnybones, dragon from Games of Thrones, dragon from Merlin and more.
We don't do trick-or-treating as a rule. Having a child with autism who is very sensitive to noise and any break from routine, trick-or-treaters are not welcome here. I pull the curtains tight.
We were walking home from town in the late afternoon, when Eddie spotted a lighted pumpkin at the neighbour's door. He asked me if he could go trick-or-treating, just to the neighbour.
He got dressed up as Harry Potter.
Our local computer repairs shop makes a big Halloween display in the window every year. They have three cackling witches who spook the passerbys.
Rainy day: Eddie stayed at home with my Mum, while I accompanied Sash and his father in town. They visited a Huffkins café. I stayed briefly with them, and then rushed to do a bit of grocery shopping.
As soon as the Halloween is over, there are Christmas decorations in town. We've already spotted Christmas light in a shape of tree on one of the doors in the neighbourhood.
And Costa is serving Gingerbread latte and mince pies.
This was my first mince pie of the season, and very nice it was too.