I honestly don’t know how you find the time to write your brilliant lyrics and create your clever graphics while keeping your a1c as pristine as you do, running long distances, and spreading knowledge and good cheer throughout the diabetic community, but it’s all very impressive. Like the mother whose children are clean, healthy, and happy, whose life is in good order, and who has neatly manicured hands to boot, your lyrics, like her manicure, is not what you are known best for, but they are what set you apart (from the sane crowd, sure).
This is a compliment. In case you’re still not sure. And I did not just call you a woman— you should be so lucky— I was only drawing the comparison to the kind of woman you’d be (in my mind) if you were one. And that’s an organized one… with lovely hair, lovely fingernails, and a beautiful pink watch. I could see that for you.
Awww, Eric! Your lyrics are the BEST.
But I didn’t dance… I walked/ran on the treadmill…