Being dizzy 75% of the day makes one cranky. That's my experience, at least. I miss reading and writing. I've jotted things in my notebook when the world isn't going by quite so quickly but the days of spending hours at my desk seem but a distant memory. Steps are being taken to resolve this.
In the meantime, I've learned the following:
Sitting on the ground is a good position for not only weeding but throwing a ball. Be sure to sit on the grass so that when you fall over, it's a cushy landing.
The reason the wild petunia isn't doing so well is the neighbour's volunteer black walnut. If you lie on your back and stare up between the leaves, the sky looks like it's been serrated. Also, that tree grew very tall very fast.
Mulberries hold fast to the tree branches during a wind storm but leap from their stems if you're trying to pick them. Also, a robin can ride out the wind if the berries are plentiful.
Cats like to sleep in the window. They also like to chirp at the foraging squirrel. A closed window is best at these times.
Every manner of vegetation will grow in the cracks of the sidewalk.
If you lie on the floor, the birds will fly from their cage to walk all over you. The cat stands back as beaks are sharp. Also, freckles look a lot like seeds. Beaks are very sharp when the freckle holds fast to the skin. Beak wounds heal quickly with the aid of coconut oil.
Closing your eyes to slow the spinning of the earth occasionally results in naps.
Reading a printed page is much easier on the senses than a screen. No new book scent on the screen.
All of the above can be used as research in one capacity or another. It's all fodder. Fodder!
Stay balanced, my friends