la·zy [ley-zee] adjective, -zi·er, -zi·est, verb, -zied, -zy·ing.
1. averse or disinclined to work, activity, or exertion; indolent.
2. causing idleness or indolence: a hot, lazy afternoon.
3. slow-moving; sluggish: a lazy stream.
4. (of a livestock brand) placed on its side instead of upright.
–verb (used without object)
5. to laze.
I fit every aspect of the definition this weekend. I had big plans to visit a friend’s solo art show last night but I didn’t make it. Because I was lazy. No other reason for missing it. I’ve also managed to watch ten movies in two days. Also because I was lazy. Chores? Forgetaboutit. Lazy lazy lazy – I should change my middle name.
Last night I went to Target. For gummy bears. And to make myself feel like I did something worth while. I also went to BW3 and Liquor Barn. And made myself the most awesome white russian. That was about all I could take. Today – laundry. Only because me and the hubs kind of need some clothes to make it through the week. And more movies. And Snapped. Kind of addicted to watching these women think they’ll get away with killing their husband. Dumb hussies.
Love being lazy. But I also hate it. Because that kitchen isn’t going to clean itself. But sometimes I just need to stay in bed all day. So if you’ll excuse me, I think To Love, Honor and Betray is coming on soon. Thank you, Lifetime Channel, for feeding to my laziness.