Monday, November 11, 2013

On being quiet

I realized a few days ago that I think in two different cases I left virtually the same comment on folk's blogs that I had left before. I start to write a post and just never get to it. I don't feel much original coming out of my keyboard.

I am getting things done in real life. I hit the point a few days after finding my yarn that I am totally tired of stepping over and around all this stuff just sitting around as I've unpacked boxes and totes to find things. I now have found what I need to live for the near future, so I'm working on putting away and clearing and in a few cases even getting rid of stuff.

My vertigo is still here, although it only bothers me when I lay down or when I get up in the morning. It is more a backward and forwards (laying down and sitting up) vertigo than the spinning type. I did put together the shelves and fit them to be the base of my bed so I'm not on the floor on my air mattress. I just did that today, so I'll know maybe by in the morning if it helps or makes the vertigo worse. Mom's vertigo seems to be under control now, so I'm glad of that at least.

The closing on the house in Nashville is set for Friday, so starting tomorrow I have phone calls and paperwork to sign and get notarized and sent back and hope that nothing keeps this from happening. Selling the house makes my life a lot easier (massive understatement there...). So, that's what's happening.


  1. I am so glad to hear that both your mother and yourself are doing better with the vertigo.

    I am sure the closing on your house is going to go right as scheduled then you will feel a great weight lifted from your shoulders.

  2. As MsB said, we are glad you and your Mom are doing better and that the house sold and the closing is on schedule.

  3. So glad y'all are feeling wishes with your closing...

    ~Have a lovely day!

  4. Glad you and your Mom are OK. I have just been told I have Vertigo and the Dr prescribe meds . Have you taken any meds for that?

  5. Hope all goes smoothly for the closing. That should be a load off your mind.