Sunday, October 03, 2004

Just One Of Those Days

Entry: tire
Pronunciation: 'tIr
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): tired; tir·ing
Etymology: Middle English tyren, from Old English tEorian, tyrian
intransitive senses : to become weary
transitive senses

1 : to exhaust or greatly decrease the physical strength of : FATIGUE
2 : to wear out the patience of : BORE
synonyms TIRE, WEARY, FATIGUE, EXHAUST, JADE, FAG mean to make or become unable or unwilling to continue. TIRE implies a draining of one's strength or patience (the long ride tired us out). WEARY stresses tiring until one is unable to endure more of the same thing . FATIGUE suggests causing great lassitude through excessive strain or undue effort (fatigued by the day's chores). EXHAUST implies complete draining of strength by hard exertion (shoveling snow exhausted him). JADE suggests the loss of all freshness and eagerness (jaded by overindulgence). FAG implies a drooping with fatigue (shoppers all fagged out by the Christmas rush).

Had a long week end...I think I need a hug...Yes I can be sensitive at times...Sometimes you just need a hug to get you through the day...Look how happy Castro looks with just a little hug...

I don't think ya'll feel me...I'll keep you posted


Scott said...

Oh I feel ya!

TheBlackNewYorker said...

Here ya go . . .
(((G. Cornelius Harris)))

Brenda said...

I feel ya G. That was the message in church yesterday.
Here's another hug for ya.

ReginaJoi said...

Awww...try to get some rest.

jirzygurl said...

I feel ya... HUG!

Mark said...

I am confident enough in my manhood to give ya a hug. Though I'd opt for one from Steph if I were you. Hang in there, my friend.

G. Cornelius Harris said...

I wish I could get a hug from Steph...I'll keep you posted