Wednesday, August 18, 2010

No Energy

This is how I feel today. I have no energy or ambition. I just want to sit down in the middle of the room and do nothing. (Well, maybe look at some magazines that I never take the time to look at.)
I think these months of heat have taken their toll. I've had enough. I feel like a slug ~ moving slow and only because I have to.
Have you ever thought about the life of a cow? Boring! All you ever see them do is stand around. They don't even bother looking at you and if they do, they move their head in slow motion and look very uninterested. It doesn't even seem to bother them when the flies are walking over every inch of them. They stand around all day every day, some give birth, some give milk, and then some turn into hamburgers or steaks. I'm sure glad I'm not a cow.


Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

LOL!!! I am feeling the same way today Audrey! Allergies, too much work, staying up too late working, trying to figure out which foot to put in front of the other.
I don't know, a cow's life is looking *pretty appealing* at the moment! Eat,sleep, poop. And you don't have to clean up.
Not bad!!!
Okay....I am unfit to post...


Deborah said...

YES! I feel exactly like that today! Woke with a migraine so I didn't even get in my 4 miles today, which also makes for a s l o w day. You want a people oriented animal? Rats. We once had hairless rats and they were so amazingly sweet! Now I really must get back to my magazines, and I know tomorrow is going to be a good good day. **kisses** Deb

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Audrey,
Oh dear, I've never thought about cows that much. lol
You could send some of the heat over here. Our winter seems very long and extremely cold this year.
Roll round spring!
I'm sure my Vitamin D levels are really low by now.
Happy chilling,

Marlene said...

Audrey you have hit the nail on the head with this post. I am just tired, I need a long, long, nap.

Anonymous said...

I can relate to this picture, especially today, but I am glad that the tooth is removed. You know, that cow may be doing his own thing, but one consideration is that he is content. Way to go! Your sister

Shelby said...

You are so kind to comment on my blog. Yes, sometimes I feel like a cow too. An old cow. I can hardly keep up with Libby and she is 87. You should have seen her swimming in the pool yesterday!