I'd already planned Monday off because Saturday was the big day--three different art fairs going on near Minneapolis. It worked out great, as I drove to the biggest one, parked in a ramp where it was cool and I had a cooler with ice and frozen drinks I could easily access, and then used the free busing to visit the other two fairs. My vertigo meant I didn't enjoy it as much as I should have, but it was a huge blessing that the day stayed cloudy until 4 pm.
Longer sleep and a slower pace definitely helped my vertigo symptoms over the weekend. While it's still there, at least it comes and goes and usually isn't that strong.
This summer in Minnesota has been astounding for plant life. I'm loving how my garden is thriving! So I got out Sunday morning and took a little movie to share (Shado makes a guest appearance).
Got to see my first line of flying, honking Canada geese this morning--autumn is coming. Eeeeee!
Very grateful that work went as well as it did Tuesday. My vertigo was present at times, but nowhere near as bad as at work last week, so I made it through the whole day without needing to go to the nurses' office to rest, or take extra Bonine, praise God!
A lovely dinner with the Towners at Boca Chica Tuesday evening--it's been too long. It was great to get to catch up.