Updated

I have since posting the last post – decided that I am going to declare today – SELF PITY DAY.

I do NOT plan on doing anything. I plan on wallowing

wal·low  

strong 1. To roll the body about indolently or clumsily in or as if in water, snow, or mud.
2. To luxuriate; revel: wallow in self-righteousness.
3. To be plentifully supplied: wallowing in money.
4. To move with difficulty in a clumsy or rolling manner; flounder: “The car wallowed back through the slush, with ribbons of bright water trickling down the windshield from the roof” (Anne Tyler).
5. To swell or surge forth; billow.
n.

1. The act or an instance of wallowing.
2.

a. A pool of water or mud where animals go to wallow.
b. The depression, pool, or pit produced by wallowing animals.
3. A condition of degradation or baseness.

[Middle English walowen, from Old English wealwian; see wel-2 in Indo-European roots.]

wallow·er n.

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Wallowing in my frustration, wallowing in my cold feet-ed-ness, wallowing in the no coffee department. I even plan on wallowing in my unwashed filth. (ok.. maybe not THAT one – since I am already washed – and since that is gross). I may not even EAT today. I may just crawl back underneath the covers and hide from the entire world.

This could be a solution to the entire mess.

nods.

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