Well, not me. Just feels like the room is. I woke up in the middle of the night and a couple of minutes later had a horrible sensation in my head, just like the room was spinning around or something. It's hard to describe but was very unpleasant. I lay still for a while, terrifying thoughts of "what if it's a stroke" etc., going through my head. Got up, went to the bathroom, checked my eyes, which looked fine and there was no disfiguration on either side of my face. So obviously that's not what a stroke feels like. Back to bed, turned over and it happened again. Couldn't sleep so over the next half an hour or so I lay quietly and tried to turn over a couple more times and it happened again every time. At that stage I got up and woke up my friend, who has come over with her son to visit for the weekend. I was so grateful that there was someone here, I was scared and needed someone to be here. We suspect an inner-ear infection - her mum suffers from vertigo and she said what I described sounds very like it but since it's (so far) only happening when I'm lying down it's probably due to an infection (she looked up stuff on the internet - I refused to since I would have found something to convince me I only had a couple of hours to live!). I did manage to sleep for another few hours afterwards but the same thing is still happening if I'm lying down and turn over. Looks like sitting up or moving around will be a better option for this birthday. I will head to casualty if it gets any worse but I think I'm probably okay waiting to go to the doctor in the morning. Why is it that Saturday/Sunday night is always the time things like this seem to happen.
Apart from all of that, it warmed up during the night so the white landscape we were expecting to wake up to has turned into a damp, grey, drizzly day instead. C'est la vie. Maybe it'll mean the crowds at the christmas markets won't be as, eh, crowded today!