I wrote that headline the day before I went back for the second Epley procedure on last Thursday. That seems to lay me low for at least a day.
Nevertheless, I'm happy to report the vertigo is subsiding, ever so slowly. My days are pretty good until I bend down to pick something up. I'm sleeping well, but have to sit on the side of the bed for a minute or so before I get up. Just knowing what is going on makes me less apprehensive and able to deal with the occasional swoons.
However, it has created a bit of hiatus in my quilting activity. I have made it downstairs a few times to keep things moving along. However, my photos are not uploading to the computer so not much to show.
I did a little cleaning up in the fabric/cutting/quilting room and pulled out a pile of projects to take to the next retreat in February.
I also cut some kits to pass on to WOWE for their quilts to comfort dialysis and chemo patients.
I also spent some time thinking about my SAHRR project -- worthy of a post on it's own if I can get to the photos.
DH and I are heading out of town for a couple of weeks soon so don't worry if you don't hear from me.