The format of these daily post is quite useful for me. I have no requirements other than publishing something every day. It might be as short as a single paragraph or even a sentence. Sometimes I start typing and end up with many unplanned words.
Estoy retomando el libro «El árbol de la ciencia» de Pío Baroja, una novela autobiográfica. La historia empieza con el ingreso de Andrés a la Facultad de Medicina en Madrid y ofrece una ventana a una España del siglo XX a través de los ojos de este peculiar personaje.
Nunca antes me había interesado por este género literario. Pero ahora, la idea de hablar de uno mismo en tercera persona, mezclando elementos de ficción y realidad, me parece bastante coqueta (jajaja).
¿Cómo hizo el autor para decidir que partes de su historia reemplazar con ficción? No lo sé, eso será siempre un misterio.
This is not unusual, it has occasionally happened to me for the last 3 years or so.
I haven't gone to the MD because I know what he is going to say (let it pass, it is normal) and what kind of investigative work he will do (none).
I am almost certain this has to do with my ears, since our body's equilibrium sensors are in our ears.
As a child, I suffered from repetitive ear infections. Basically, each time I went to swim, I had ear issues. My parents had to stop taking me to the swimming pool at some point. The MD's were basically clueless about the root cause, so the easy solution was to stop swimming.
This mild dizziness correlates with periods of high stress. I know, correlation does not imply causation, but it is a consistent data point.
Anyway. I'm not worried—for now—I think it will pass, in due time.