Thank you so much to everyone for your kind well wishes on my last post! I'm actually having a moment of clarity so I thought I'd write a quick update. I had a relapse of Mal de Debarquement Syndrome which is a rare disorder of perceived motion when there is none. I developed this condition following a cruise some years ago. While it's not life threatening, it can be quite debilitating since it feels like a really terrible case of perpetual motion sickness which causes dizziness, nausea, vertigo, migraines, a loss of balance, tinnitus, fatigue and anxiety among other symptoms. It sounds crazy but running water and certain machine noises have actually been nauseating enough to make me toss my cookies. I was in pretty bad shape last week to the point of being non-functional and only being able to keep down one meal a day. Benadryl and Valium have tempered the vertigo and I've also been on an Oriental medicine protocol which has yielded some positive results. Being outside makes me feel better provided I stay away from crowds and oddly enough being in motion on modes of transport has been comforting since it almost normalizes my equilibrium for now. I'm still tiring easily and can only concentrate for short periods but it's good to regain at least some sense of function. I'll be blogging again as my condition permits. I've really missed chatting with everybody and reading your blogs. I hope to try to catch up with you all soon.
So I was saving this photo of Lee Seung Gi for a feature I wanted to write about men's style but I'm putting it up now cause I needed a visual. I really like the clean cut layered look of his outfit here. I haven't posted any editorials with Lee Seung Gi but he's one of my favorite Korean entertainers cause he's just talented all around and I find his sweet boy next door image quite refreshing. It was recently announced that he will serve as a torchbearer at the London Olympics this summer.
Happy first day of Spring!