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The Six Lessons Vertigo Taught Me

1. Appreciate the Small Things From December through April, walking around outside went from impossible to challenging to doable with care. Being able to move my gaze around the yard while I am walking Emerson is a new treat. 2. … Continue reading

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TGWIG’s Sequel Gets a Title!

BOOK NEWS My publisher has decided on the title for The Girl Who Ignored Ghost’s sequel! I’m so excited to announce it because it was one of my suggestions! Drumroll please… The title for the second book in The Unbelievables … Continue reading

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A Little Update

I hope everyone had a good holiday. It’s been a touch road lately, but I’m making progress. My vertigo turned out to be a kind that doesn’t just clear up on its own. I’ve been going to vestibular therapy all … Continue reading

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Blog Break

I’ve been trying to keep up with as many of my normal activities as I can, but I’m constantly tired and I feel worn through. The vertigo continues and I just need to step back for a few weeks. I’m going … Continue reading

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When You Start to Spin

November has been a tough month. Mostly because when something is wrong, it’s my instinct to hide it. Ignore it and pretend it’s not happening. I’m incredibly good at rationalizing away whatever bad, scary thing is happening until it overwhelms … Continue reading

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