o·ver·whelm tr.v. o·ver·whelmed, o·ver·whelm·ing, o·ver·whelms
a. To surge over and submerge; engulf: waves overwhelming the rocky shoreline.
b. To defeat completely and decisively: Our team overwhelmed the visitors by 40 points.
c. To affect deeply in mind or emotion: Despair overwhelmed me.
d. To present with an excessive amount: He overwhelmed me with all the flowers.
e. To turn over; upset: The small craft was overwhelmed by the enormous waves.
f. To suffocate; confuse: He overwhelmed with his words.
This is the theme of the day. In many, many ways. Above all else, after everything the past two weeks, I am overcome with excitement to go home.