The only thing spinning in a pottery shop should be a wheel and not the potter.
After a tad of vertigo on Wednesday and not so much on Thursday and Friday I thought it was just passing through.
Boy was I wrong.
I awoke in the wee hours of the morning to a whirl wind of spinning.
After bouncing my way to the living room and finding a chair I proceeded to try to figure out why the vertigo was back and 100 times worse then it had been.
I spent most of yesterday trying to find center.
If I sit just so and hold my head I don't spin.
If I lie with three pillows on my left side , not too bad.
If I walk upright and try to look at anything it puts me in a tailspin.
Fortunately I was not alone yesterday and Mark waited on me between the customers.
Today after a trip to the "Doc in the box" where they looked into the ears and found no infection, no real reason for my inability to walk or do anything. They sent me home with meds to counter the nausea.
I just have to wait for this to pass.
So I am staring at my rug in the living room and planning on some new tiles.
After all I can't just will this thing away.
It's a bit of an out of body experience.
As Mark drove us to the, "Doc in the box ,my thoughts of the outside world were ones I have felt after a long snow or illness.
The world looks new and crisp yet I don't feel a part of it.
So I plan to see if I can will myself back to center so I can get back in the studio.
Thinking of tiles.