This year’s garden was great, especially since my daughter did all the work. Sadly, she moved out right when it is time to put the garden to bed for the winter. I managed to pull the sunflowers, and my grandson pulled the corn. Just gotta pull out the tomato cages and other braces and it’s good night garden. Pulling the sunflowers was quite a task for me considering the fatigue that hit me after about an hour of work. I keep thinking the post-brain surgery fatigue is gone but it’s really not. Perhaps I’m just “getting used to it.” And my vision seems to be getting worse. Are we having fun yet? I wish putting this disability to bed was like putting the garden to bed: A bunch of hard work for a while and then enjoying the peace. I guess I still have a lot to harvest from this life lesson.