I Got It Wrong
The following won’t make sense unless you read yesterday’s post.
Sugar told me that it is not being the best Mark you can be; it is being the Mark that you want to be. The Mark that Mark wants to be is thinner than the Mark he was.
“Oh,” I said, “the Mark you want to be might not be the best Mark you can be. You might want to be a more relaxed Mark.”
“It is not about Mark. You are supposed to substitute your own name,” Sugar said with that instructional tone she uses as a teacher.
“Okay. Well, the Al I want to be plays with Peyton Manning.”
“That is delusional. Pick another Al you want to be.”
This is too confusing. I will give Peyton a call and ask whether he is being the best Peyton that he can be or simply the Peyton that he wants to be. I think they are the same.