I put this on the blog today. First thing I've written in months.
Once again, I have been a victim of the dreaded condition. After a two month bout, I think I am finally over it. The odd thing is that when you deal with vertigo for an extended period of time, there is a bit of uncertainty that follows. Am I really over it, or am I still dizzy? I really hate it. I kept telling myself that it wasn't that bad this time, but every time I though it was gone, I would lean over in a direction that would get everything going and everything would get going and I would be stumbling around for a few days. This time, when I went to the ENT, I was thinking "Oh, it's not really that bad" even though I was walking down the hallway feeling like the wals were at an angle, the ceiling thinner that the floor. I lied down with the doctor holding my head and I was on a roller coaster. It's interesting when the feeling hits, and the little chrystals start moving through the inner ear canals like a high speed subway, I instantly, and instinctively try to go into a fetal position. All in all, I'm much better now."
Also, my homelife has changed from living with an elderly person to caring for an elderly person. It's been a roller coaster of a year. Needless to say, extreme happiness knowing that a short vacation trip to Boston to see The Dropkick Murphys and The Barber of Seville is a week away.