Future gardening

I’ve lived in this house for 13 years, but for the most part, I’ve not done much with the landscaping until recently. After some early (and mostly unsuccessful) forays into vegetable gardening, I took a chronic-pain-related hiatus from yard work of any kind. When I went gluten free and the pain resolved, there always seemedContinue reading “Future gardening”

Detour via Intuition Avenue

I’m deviating from the plan. I’m going rogue. I’m DISOBEYING DOCTOR’S ORDERS. Ok, that last one is a bit of a stretch, but as an inveterate rule follower, anything other than strict adherence to medical advice feels like a transgression. (I’m also a right-on-time-is-three-minutes-late type of person, so this really is an expression of myContinue reading “Detour via Intuition Avenue”

I’m grounded

Vestibular therapy involves doing a variety of bizarre things. For one of my current exercises, I put a loop of stretchy exercise band in a door (stuck between the door and the frame) at head height, and stand facing away from the door with the band around my forehead. I then take a step forwardContinue reading “I’m grounded”


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In October 2019 I was diagnosed with Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness (PPPD). This blog is about my experience. To learn more read the first post. It’s pronounced “three-p-d” so the name of the blog is “three-p-diaries.”


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