Thursday, October 7, 2021

Hurrah For Fall, Not So for Vertigo!

 I have a question............

Do any of you suffer from vertigo?  

If so, would you share your ways of dealing with it? 

I have had it off and on (mostly on) for two weeks and it has finally cleared up. I am so tired of feeling like my world is spinning out of control. 


                                                        Now, on to better things. 

Our gardens, that different residents have here at the Commons, are about gone now but I did notice some flowers hanging on to the end... 

I think it is a wonderful thing that they provide space for those who want to garden and I have been the lucky recipient of some crisp cucumbers and some juicy red tomatoes in the past. So nice to have friends who share! 

And, of course, I continue to watch the wildlife around here. 

The Osprey have been gone nearly 2 months. But, the heron still provides plenty of entertainment.

And, the deer. 

Is Fall your favorite time of year? I've about decided that it is mine. Took me long enough to choose, now didn't it? hehe.

But, I love the comfort Fall brings, the warm quilt, the fire, the hot cocoa and tea and the scents of cinnamon and allspice. 

Yep, it's my favorite! 


  1. Zinnias are among my favorite flowers, I am always glad when I plant some zinnias from seeds. I hope your vertigo clears up and never returns.

  2. The best thing to do for vertigo is to see your doctor. I've had it off and on since I was a teen. My doctor prescribed meclizine and Zofran for when a spell hits, there are also exercises one can do.

  3. I had vertigo (or a middle ear disturbance) after doing 2 long flights close together with a cold. It lasted several months but then went away. Good luck with yours. Cheers

  4. Yes, I do suffer from vertigo from time to time. I usually go to You Tube and look for The Epley Maneuver. If that doesn't clear it up, I have medication from my doctor. However, I don't like to take it. A good holistic doctor will do the Epley for you, which is helpful since the dizziness can become intense and it is nice to have someone with you.

    May it stay long gone as I know how miserable it can be.

    Your flowers are still beautiful. I have a few rosebuds that I am hoping will bloom before frost.

    Yes, autumn is my favorite time of year, except there is that growing dread of the next season.

  5. I have never experienced vertigo myself, but a couple of other dizzying moments from time to time. Autumn is also my favorite season for the colors and cooler temperatures. Thanks, Latane, for your recent visit and comment on my food post. It was appreciated.

  6. i have experienced vertigo, since i had covid. right now, i am just dealing with it...i lay down every time it happens. it is not dizziness, it is a "swaying" feeling!! beautiful pictures, the heron is lovely!!

  7. Sorry you have been hit with vertigo. I have had bouts of it for years but they don't last more than a day or two. I usually just wait them out.
    Autumn is definitely my favourite season. I love the leaves turning colour and the foggy mornings followed by sunny afternoons. If only it could last longer.

  8. My Sister-in-law is suffering with Vertigo right now. I will ask if she has any tips on how to deal with it. I love Fall, the changing leaves and cooler, less humid weather. So nice for others to share their veggies! Enjoy your day dear friend, HUGS!

  9. I love the birds and the deer. My favorite seasons are Fall and Spring. I'm glad to hear that you are feeling much better. Enjoy your day, hugs, Edna B.

  10. I'm sure that's very uncomfortable - never had it but hope you feel better very soon Latane.


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