Concerning my garden: "Are you canning or freezing tomatoes and beans?"
I definitely intend to can lots of tomatoes; so many dishes I cook, including most of the low-fat, healthy recipes, require canned tomatoes. Store-bought canned tomatoes are loaded with salt; for a long time I was finding no-salt canned tomatoes at Walmart for the same price as the others. Lately none of the Walmart stores are carrying them.
If the sweet peppers do well, I'll chop lots of them and freeze them; the same recipes that require tomatoes often call for peppers also. Chili, for instance, which we probably have at least once a week in winter. And jambalaya.
If I feel like it, I may can or freeze some green beans. At this stage of my life, if it doesn't feel like fun, I don't want to do it. It seems like my knees protest the most when I'm doing lots of standing in the kitchen or garden.
Remember the herbs I moved from the house to the yard? Some of them died, and the others were so ugly that I bade them goodbye. I do intend to have some herbs next year, but I won't be starting them in the house, and I'll find a different spot for them than the one I chose this year.
I went on a flower-ordering frenzy this spring. When they arrived, however, I didn't make note of what variety any of them were. So I have flowers about to bloom, but I don't know their identity. I do remember which ones are Astilbes, and those are just starting to strut their stuff.