I got to go through two hours of awesomeness today. I mean, what could be better than someone shooting cold and hot water into my ears to see what my reaction is, while I am hooked up to electrodes? (My reaction was intense dizziness, if you were wondering.) He also made me follow dots on a screen for a while. But while he was shooting the cold and hot water into my ears, he made me A) count backwards from 100 by two's, B) say a girl's name for every letter of the alphabet, C) say a boy's name for every letter of the alphabet, D) count to 102 by three's, E) name all of the vegetables in our garden, F) name all of the fruits we would find at a fruit stand in Perry, G) name all of the towns in Box Elder County, and H) Name all the stores I like to shop at. I didn't do very well on most of those. I think he was trying to distract me from my dizziness so I wouldn't lose my lunch and mess up the test. Anyway, all I know for sure is that my balance is asymmetrical, which I already thought was the case. But at least I didn't fall off the table.
And I got some cute Tulle clothes in the mail today. I held up a dress in front of me, and Preston said, "Ooh, Mama. You look beautiful." Then I tried one of the shirts on, and he said, "You look so pretty, Mama." I don't know what he thinks he'll get by complimenting me, but I like it....
Avery is a little bit scary sometimes. She came running at me, saying, "This is going to be so much fun!" Then she jumped on me. It was not fun. It hurt.
She is also sweet. I was going kind of crazy yesterday not being able to get out of bed, and I said something to the effect of, "What I am going to have to do to feel better?" I was mostly talking to myself. (I did say that I was going crazy...) She responded, "I know what will help! Kisses will help you! I can give you a bunch of kisses, and then you'll feel better. That's a good idea. Kisses are a good idea to help you." I like her kind of ideas.