This after I discovered this morning the dog'd chewed up a hunk of the lining of my still-new-ish winter coat. I wasn't the most laugh-it-off dog mom about that, I admit. I didn't even let her lick the peanut butter in her morning Kong before tossing it in her general direction; nor did I say what a good doggie she was. Well, not after I found the coat thing and before I got out the door.
It's sloggy ucky rainy and socked in to-day. My wrist is sore. A few people are out at work. The atmospherics seem to call for a nap.
Gotta do a few things at home before getting an estimate next week on a new roof. Plus oughta arrange for another estimate, like a savvy consumer, wisely navigating the hoo-ha of her economic milieu. Did I mention nap? Naaaaap.
nap (verb, intransitive)
Old English hnappian "to doze, sleep lightly," of unknown origin;
apparently related to Old High German hnaffezan, German dialectal nafzen, Norwegian napp.