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    Thanks for sending that to me. It doesn't look too hard. Think I'll go with lighter colors, if I ever make it.

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    Beautiful colors.

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    I can't believe I opened this thread, and learned there were quite a few others here with a brain injury, like me!
    It happened 3 years ago, and one problem I've noticed is that I have trouble making decisions. Used to be, if I went to Joann's, I was in heaven, and had a project in my head for every bolt of fabric. Now, I just can't decide, there are too many! I tell the kids it's a good thing they already have names and I tell my husband it;s a good thing we're still married, if I had to decide now I don't know that I could. When my son was little we'd used to laugh, her couldn't pick from a plate of chocolate cookies, they were all the same. Now I understand.
    Something I learned, that might be helpful, might not be, for dizziness, I had great results with something I never heard of, called the Epley manuever. It's a very noninvasive way to rearrange the rocks in one's head (the ear plays a huge part in balance)
    I'm greatly impressed with your color choices, the quilt is going to be lovely

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    Quote Originally Posted by RugosaB
    I can't believe I opened this thread, and learned there were quite a few others here with a brain injury, like me!
    It happened 3 years ago, and one problem I've noticed is that I have trouble making decisions. Used to be, if I went to Joann's, I was in heaven, and had a project in my head for every bolt of fabric. Now, I just can't decide, there are too many! I tell the kids it's a good thing they already have names and I tell my husband it;s a good thing we're still married, if I had to decide now I don't know that I could. When my son was little we'd used to laugh, her couldn't pick from a plate of chocolate cookies, they were all the same. Now I understand.
    Something I learned, that might be helpful, might not be, for dizziness, I had great results with something I never heard of, called the Epley manuever. It's a very noninvasive way to rearrange the rocks in one's head (the ear plays a huge part in balance)
    I'm greatly impressed with your color choices, the quilt is going to be lovely
    Dr John Epley is here where I live.
    Have not been to see him though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RugosaB
    I can't believe I opened this thread, and learned there were quite a few others here with a brain injury, like me!
    It happened 3 years ago, and one problem I've noticed is that I have trouble making decisions. Used to be, if I went to Joann's, I was in heaven, and had a project in my head for every bolt of fabric. Now, I just can't decide, there are too many! I tell the kids it's a good thing they already have names and I tell my husband it;s a good thing we're still married, if I had to decide now I don't know that I could. When my son was little we'd used to laugh, her couldn't pick from a plate of chocolate cookies, they were all the same. Now I understand.
    Something I learned, that might be helpful, might not be, for dizziness, I had great results with something I never heard of, called the Epley manuever. It's a very noninvasive way to rearrange the rocks in one's head (the ear plays a huge part in balance)
    I'm greatly impressed with your color choices, the quilt is going to be lovely
    I do the Epley manuver almost daily, since vertigo set in.

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    Love your colors...that's going to be my hardest part. I start second guessing myself!

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    dreamer2009 and madamekelly, knowing we share this makes this board seem even more like home, thank you for being here

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    very pretty--enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RugosaB
    dreamer2009 and madamekelly, knowing we share this makes this board seem even more like home, thank you for being here
    yes, we are not alone :)
    H*U*G*S

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