reply to post by westcoast
That's a really scary thing to dream about...it sounds bad but it's maybe more location specific than indicating a huge quake. Although 6.7 or more
is pretty hefty. We will just have to keep an eye open for that one.
I thought I would just catch up with you all this morning as my fibromyalgia type symptoms are off the chart just now. I say fibro type symtoms,
because I can't find any better way to describe them, and that condition is hard to diagnose, so I don't know if it is or not.....anyway, I have
very painful joints, especially my elbows and ankles, rising anxiety feelings, slight headache, and since last night, almost constant dizziness, to
the point where I think I'm going to fall over. I've been so careful with my diet, so I feel it's nothing to do with that, unless I'm suddenly
allergic to rice and vegetables.
Also, I've been trying when I can to get my head round this Acton/Sacramento/LA canal thing that Observationalist and JustMike were talking about,
and there is nothing more coming up...nothing useful at all I can add. I just don't know, so unless something specific pops up, I guess we just have
to leave it. Sorry guys.
Incidentally, thinking back to the Japan quake, when it happened, I was in the process of moving house, and was for a while without tv or internet. I
heard about the quake on the BBC world service, so I got all the information but didn't see any pictures, apart from newspapers. I found a couple of
clips on YouTube recently that I thought I wanted to watch, but I'm kinda sorry I did. The actual footage of the quake was fine in terms of how I
felt physically, but when the waves started to roll in, oh god did I feel sick...headaches, nausea, anxiety...it was very strong and very strange. I
don't have a problem with seasickness generally, so I don't think it was that, just watching the water. It felt like something else entirely....very
So...hope you're all well...no dreadful symptoms.