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03 July 2012

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Mooks

Love the photo of the teacups. There is a possibility that your dizzy spells are caused by the symptoms of "Menieres" disease.
Only further tests will confirm or rule it out. My ENT was convinced that i had it...even after all further tests came out negative. Haven't had any symptoms in years.Good Luck!

Mary H.

Tara, only you could make late trains and involuntary water sports sound almost charming! Glad to hear you have a bit of an idea what is going on and will get things back to 100% soon.

Di Overton

Oh sorry Tara but Harvey and I have just had such a good laugh. I can just imagine you falling in the canal. Must have been a shock but I hope you can see the funny side of it like we did. Big hugs and hope you get that dizzy thing sorted soon. xx

Natalie

Oh no! Not a canal! Well, you are now sort of Netherland baptised. As for Thalys...*groan*. Happy, happy 4th to you too!!

Igor

Oh my, what an adventure!! I hope everything goes well with the ear problem. And let's catch up in Paris one day:-)

Marilyn

My goodness, but you have had one adventure of the unpleasant kind too many. That is scary to be so dizzy that you fall into the canal. Please take care and I hope very soon you have resolve.

Now I must say I love that shelf at your friends with the beautiful teacups and yummy teas from the Mariage Freres. I do recognize those tea canisters.

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