Getting close to the end, you can do it Viridian!
Vertigo: not the movie, though I understand the feeling. For me it is dizziness when I get up or down quickly, or turn my head a certain way (usually to the right while trying to lie down). The room spins. Yes I have seen a specialist for this. They did some head manipulation and the vertigo went away, but sadly it has come back, in a milder form. I have adapted to it, and try not to move my head in the way that I know will make me dizzy. And although Snopes.com would probably say it's a hoax, giving up diet soda and other forms of aspartame has really helped. The vertigo symptoms are much less. And when I have a diet soda or two, the symptoms are worse. So I am drinking water now.
About Viridian: it is my on-line name. I did not want to use my own, for obvious privacy reasons. As I am a quilter, I wanted to use a color name or a name relating to color. And not something like red-orange. What to use? Puce? Magenta? Fuchsia? Periwinkle? Ugh, no, no, ugh. And somehow I though of viridian, which I mistakenly remembered as being a deep forest green. A swell color, but no, viridian actually means depending on the dictionary you use:
a bluish-green pigment or
a green pigment containing hydrated chromium oxide.
Still a great color.
That was more than 7 years ago. And I have kept it since, and I am glad I picked it, and am not using my real name.