Sunday, September 9, 2018

Woke Up Dizzy

Woke up dizzy this AM, like wobble down the hall dizzy.  Maybe it's my sinuses, the weather, or I don't know what.  Anyway, I am taking it easy this morning until it passes.

Four weeks into the new job and things, for the most part, are falling into place.  I can successfully navigate my schedule, which involves going into several classes daily to assist the kids I am working with.  The classes are the same, but the daily times are different.  It should stick sooner or later

Last week was busy with work, activities with the grandkids and a visit to Hollywood Studios.  The grandson participates in Boy Scouts (meeting on Tuesday evenings), and YMCA basketball, (practice on Thursday evening and game on Saturday) and the granddaughter will start ballet/tap on Tuesday afternoons. 

Their mom works as a Nurse Practioner, 7 nights on from 7PM to 7AM and then she has 7 nights off.  My husband and I step in on the weeks she is working to help with getting the kids to their activities.  We really are blessed to be a part of their lives.

My husband helped with chores last night.  He did the shopping and cleaned the kitchen.  I did laundry, vacuumed /mopped the whole house and changed the kitty litter.  It is so much better when he steps up and contributes.  Only took about 40 years.... lol

Today, I had planned to make it to church, probably not going to happen and then we were going to Epoct for a couple hours.  That still may or may not happen.    Still waiting on the dizziness toget better.

Have a great Sunday!





6 comments:

  1. Vertigo is the pits. I get it once in a whole and my twin suffers from it also.

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    1. Agree! It happens at the most inconvenient times!

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  2. I experience BPPV (benign paroxysmal positional vertigo). It can be very debilitating. Sound therapy was suggested by a massage practitioner, accessed on Youtube (sound therapy for vertigo). I'm happy to say that I haven't experienced as episode of vertigo since listening to the sound therapy. I use a 15 min therapy that I do most days.

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    1. Hi Mona,I will check out the sound therapy. I don't get vertigo often, thank goodness.

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  3. I don't suffer from vertigo, but lately I have been finding my balance is off a bit more than I would like. Going to talk to my doctor about it. Feel better soon.

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    1. The dizziness only lasted a few hours. I hope it does not make another appearance any time soon. Hope you get answers from your doc!

      Thanks for stopping by!

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