The most awful weather this entire summer has come this first week of September! Lots of dew points in the 70s, and the last two nights it only got DOWN to 76! So I am very grateful that it has to end soon, and not come back. Also very grateful for air conditioning, without which I'd probably hardly sleep (or eat) at all.
The vertigo is essentially gone, thank God! One fascinating thing I noticed this time (I did not have a garage four years ago) is that I was unable to properly center my car in my garage during the first couple weeks of August. My parking (and driving) was 'off' to the left, and it was really hard to correct it (walking is easier to compensate for). I find it quite fascinating--yet another thing taken for granted until it is damaged--but I am also grateful that sense of spatial location is working again.
Also glad I could do a regular fast of 35 hours last Thursday and not have any adverse effects from my vertigo at all.
Best of all, I finally finished writing the short story 'Renegade' today! I needed it done since it gets referenced in the first Triune novel (and has a cameo of a character important in the second novel) so it feels great to no longer have that holding me back from moving ahead with the first Triune novel. Getting close now!
And tomorrow is Labor Day, hurrah! So grateful for a three-day weekend!