I can't find my balance this morning.
It's partly because yesterday, I was here.
And today, I'm here.
My soul hasn't quite caught up to my body.
But apparently, neither has my brain. Because for the life of me, I still feel like I'm on the cruise we just disembarked. Everything is pitching and swaying, and I can't walk without steadying myself on the wall. My feet don't work, and my head is spinning and if I sit still in the silent storm for too long, my insides start to churn.
It is the oddest and most uncomfortable sensation, especially since I never felt sick on the boat.
Google tells me "land sickness" is a fairly common malady for people who just got off a cruise, which is mildly comforting. I'm not crazy; it's just my inner ear.
But it doesn't help me tackle the piles of laundry or chase Kieran or get back to everyday life which came whirring at me full force last night.
Anyone have tips on how to make the spinning stop? No mom has time for vertigo.