My fingers are crossed. I hope my vertigo is gone. I still have a stuffy head, but nothing is spinning anymore. I still don’t feel 100%. I’m just cautiously optimistic that I don’t have to worry about keeling over. Not that I was ever in any real danger of falling over. Most of the dizziness happened while I was in bed or when changing position rapidly. I’m still giving myself more time to move around. Slow and steady wins the race.

Our timing is all off lately. I turned off my alarm since I don’t need to be up at any specific time. We eat lunch late or not at all. We eat dinner late. We’re experimenting with streaming most things with hopes of eliminating DirecTV at some point, so we’re recording Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy from the east coast. We can watch it earlier if we want to. Suddenly, we’ve been watching hours of streamed shows and it’s only 9pm. It’s weird. Plus, I haven’t been doing the dishes right after Jeopardy is done, which throws me off even more. It just proves what a creature of habit I am.

Now that I’m feeling a little better, I need to get back in the swing of things. I keep thinking I have more time so I should plan dinner. And then dinner time rolls around, and I haven’t thought of a thing. I need to do chores that I’ve been putting off for lack of time. I have plenty of time now. And, of course, I need to keep looking for a job. Most importantly, I need to start teasing and playing with Lion again. The spanking bench is easier to pull out now. I can play with him in the middle of the day if I want to. He’s been pretty diligent about getting back to work after lunch, but perhaps I could lure him away with the promise of fun. For a good time, call Lioness. [Lion — Oh, Lioness!]

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  1. I have the same problem with vertigo. My doctor prescribed Meclizine 25mg tablets. Take one a day and it suppresses the vertigo. After a few days my vertigo is all gone.

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