The word conveys the sense of listless or sluggish, (according to the O.E.D.)
I have been logey all day long, so much so that I wanted to re-schedule my date to share Holy Communion lunch with St. Boniface Parishioner Carl H-K at the assisted living residence which is his home.
I did not do re-schedule, , for who knows: I may be even more logey tomorrow; then comes Ash Wednesday with its own freight, and on Thursday I am supposed/required to attend a Diocese of South West Florida events for clerics: - a communion service, followed by a bun fight (a.k.a. lunch).
In the event Carl and I had a pleasant visit as we shared Communion, and the lunch was (as always) first class.
The logey-ness has persisted. You know all about it: : - that feeling of tiredness around the eyes, with weary limbs, and a somewhat dizzy head.
Miss Penne has kept me on my feet (yes, we've had our usual five walks - totaling three miles).
Who could resist her "beseeching" and beautiful brown eyes? NOT I SIR!
I'll be in bed soon after 7:00 p.m. this evening, and yes, I'll do the patriotic American thing by swallowing two "over the counter" sleeping pills. Gotta keep the economy and "Big Pharma" in good shape.