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when I got sick two weeks ago...

I got sick on a friday morning, I was over it pretty quick...like, late Saturday evening.

Sunday morning when I went to get out of bed, I got what I'm going to call vertigo. I stood up out of bed and my head was swimming and I could barely walk. I was bouncing off the walls trying to make it to the den and my chair. I looked like a party dog with one hell of a hangover. Managed to get here and sit down...head just a spinning. Over tome it got better and I even had a day or two where I felt 100%+...but as time has passed the last couple of weeks since being sick it has not totally left me. Some days I still have dizzy spells...sometimes it may last the better part of a day.

The dizzy spells aren't as severe as they were early on but they are annoying.

The stomach virus seems to be a thing out there...peeps getting sick.

Anybody hear anyone else complaining about the "vertigo" aspect being associated with this stomach virus??

Finally got the garden in...mostly tomatoes and jalapeno peppers. Never heard of some of the varieties of jalapenos...Peach Crush, Pumpkin spice. No Heat. Could be interesting to see what these taste like. I'm particularly interested in the No Heat variety as I've never really been a fan of the "melt your face off" super hot peppers. I always thought the ideal pepper would be mildly hot but with all the flavor of the pepper.

The habanero being a good example...way too hot for be to eat but the few I have tasted...after the burn cooled off and the flavor of the pepper could finally be detected...they habanero is a really tasty pepper.