Under normal circumstances it is rare that you know you'll be doing something for the very last time. Maybe the day you retire or the last day of high school or perhaps the last visit to the hospital to see a dying friend.
My circumstances are different. I planted my annual tomato / flower garden yesterday. It was a very difficult challenge and left me exhausted. Then I wept. I knew that it would be the last garden I ever plant. I was barely able to dig the holes and struggled to hammer in the support stakes. If my condition continues to degrade at the present rate, there is no way I'll be able to plant next year.
I keep running into things that I've always been able to do but now, either can't or am barely able to struggle through.
The message here is to be cognizant of how lucky you are to be able to do not only the things you enjoy, but also the things you now think are necessary evils. Be happy that you can peel that bannana, pop that top, fasten that seat belt and be joyous that you can carve that turkey.