Last night as I lay me down to sleep, I turned off my bedside lamp and was immediately taken aback by the soft glow of the waxing gibbous moon (thank you, 8th grade earth science) shining right through my bedroom window. I’ve had a lunar love affair for a while, so I immediately snapped a few pictures. As no doubt any amateur photographer can attest, taking pictures in low-light settings requires a steady hand, so I was quite pleased that I was able to get a few clear images.
Manly mitts aside, however, I haven’t been so steady lately. For the past few days I’ve had some trouble with balance and orientation, specifically soon after I lay down or stand up. Often when I lay down and close my eyes I feel like the room is spinning or that my head is going to go right through the pillow and bed and hit the floor. And I’m now a bit out of sorts when I stand up after being recumbent for a while. Twice now I probably would have fallen down if a wall and bookcase respectively hadn’t broken my fall.
I think my thetan count is off or something–I might need to get audited.