from the online Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Main Entry: tor·por
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin, from torpēre
Date: 13th century
1 a: a state of mental and motor inactivity with partial or total insensibility b: a state of lowered physiological activity typically characterized by reduced metabolism, heart rate, respiration, and body temperature that occurs in varying degrees especially in hibernating and estivating animals2: apathy, dullness
synonyms see lethargy
I believe that describes me perfectly.
Mental and motor inactivity? Check
Partial or total insensibility? Check
Lethargy? Dullness? Apathy? Check x 3
I can't blame just the heat, though it is HOT AS HELL here.
I can't say I have nothing to do, because there is PLENTY to do. Two major projects loom undone. Orientations are right around the corner. A bigass report is due more-or-less soon.
I will just say I can see Fall on the horizon and I don't want summer to end. Sigh.