It has cooled down nicely here, the air feels crisp instead of soggy. But not many leaves have changed color, some years they stay so long they get pushed out by new ones. What you hear though is the sound of falling acorns and the ground is littered with them. The squirrels are having a field day. People here mostly leave their cars out in their driveways and I've heard acorns hit them hard enough to leave a mark, glad ours are in the garage.
Not much color left in the yard, the Impatiens are
In my shade garden the Coleus are still looking good, but it will soon be time to dig them up and put them in the greenhouse for the winter.
I have chicken leg quarters in the oven, football on the tv and a crochet project I need to finish. That's my Sunday, in November, in the South.