Gather nectar while you can.
Collect pollen while it is there.
Admire the Japanese anemones wherever you can find them.
Note that the mint, which grows in an inch of gravel, has flowers.
Put out your second flush. It's not over till it's over.
Drink with garden-dirty hands.
Watch the autumn clematis, which you thought you had killed (on purpose), but which mistook its beheading for hard pruning, make foam.
Squeal at the Ruby Streak mustard greens which emerged three days after sowing.
Pick some more Alpine strawberries.
Eat first the egg...
And then the chicken (fall back roast chicken recipe here).
Toast some tortillas.
Slow-cook some pork and make smooth its sauce.
And wrap them up with the first good avocado you have eaten all year.
Just suggestions. You may have other ideas...