I can't remember how I came across Grey's Anatomy, I don't watch much broadcast mainstream TV. But when I opted in for Netflix, the first thing I began watching was Grey's Anatomy. Now I've watched pretty much every episode and I'm in the middle of season 7. After 100 + episodes it's fairly safe to say that I wouldn't send my pet snail to Seattle Grace Hospital. This soap opera with very high production values has opened my eyes to many issues confronting modern medicine and society, and done it with style and grace. At times the plots are predictable and seemingly trite and just at that moment "Bang" the shooter kills the first doctor and proceeds to attempt to kill the hospital. But what really bugs me about the show is that sometime during every episode something happens and tears begin to well up in my eyes and my vision blears and I cuss under my breath, for they have touched me deep inside and I have reacted with empathy for the characters. I know it's all make believe,,,,but the emotions engendered are real and they feel human after all.
That said, the garden is done for the year, though there's a couple of tomato volunteers that started really late and are just putting buds on. Winter is upon us, so spring is just a season away.