Monday, March 23, 2009


Here's the entry for 'demoralized' from


1. to deprive (a person or persons) of spirit, courage, discipline, etc.; destroy the morale of: The continuous barrage demoralized the infantry.

to throw (a person) into disorder or confusion; bewilder: We were so demoralized by that one wrong turn that we were lost for hours.

Isn't that a great word? It also has another definition- to corrupt or undermine the morals of (as in, 'Jack demoralized Weston, resulting in an unauthorized elevator trip'), but that definition doesn't really apply to me today so I left it out.

I will spare you all the gory, whiny details. For today. Tomorrow, you might not be so lucky. Coming Soon: 'Shafted: Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose'. Or not.


Helen, Robert, Jack, and Emma said...

I'm speechless.

Anna Jane said...

speechless? I'm intrigued? Why wait to share the gory details???

Lisajoy said...

This picture looks familiar. It brings back memories of pancakes, undercooked sausage, frozen oj and blown fuses.

Lauren said...

yeah, I want to know!