I is for indecision of which state of mind I find myself regarding today's assignment. Or perhaps I should place the blame on insomnia since I am typing out these words at two-thirty in the morning.
Then again, perhaps the culprit is indisposition since it is a stuffed-up head that has awakened me because my breathing is impaired.
However, I shouldn't task myself too severely. Beside me in the bed I just left, my husband struggles for each breath he takes. A recent bout with bronchial infection has severely hampered his ability to inhale anything but labored shallow breaths. It's Easter weekend and we may be adding a trip to the emergency hospital room to our itinerary.
As you can see by the above, our English language is rich with lovely "I" words.