Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Cyanide (w/explanation)

It's poisonous as hell, yet it is still useful. Mining operations have used cyanide to extract gold from ores that previously was impossible to do so. What kind of gold, I then wonder, is so worth extracting from my person?

I was pondering a bit last night about trials and how overcoming adversity can bring out the best in people. I thought about the poisons, literal and figurative, that have come into my life in the last four years that have not killed me, but I have yet to find out fully what surviving them means. I guess I want to make something better of myself. I don't want to have my trials become mere sad or trying events. I'd like to think that there's still something even more awesome within me waiting to bust out.

My bloggies are the best and I know that you've had to put up with many enigmas regarding my ideas, moods, and posts. Just remember that I always count you all in my personal evaluations of why life is still worth living; I feel that out there, somewhere, I am someone's favorite weirdo. That sustains me right there, brothers and sisters.

8 comments:

Megan said...

Do explain further. Cyanide and I go way back.

Christielli said...

You don't have a gold tooth like Lenny do you?

Logophile said...

Are you the golden gander?

Jules said...

umm.. you're golden inside and out... you've already extracted it. no need to experiment with cyanide.

The Grunt said...

Megan~ Explanation coming!

Christielli~ Not without my dental plan!!!

Logo~ I gander that such a thing could be golden if it were such.

Jules~ Thanks, doll!

jason said...

Definitely top 10 favorite weirdo.

Nessa Roo said...

You remind me of myself. The other day, my sister-in-law lovingly tagged me as Queen of the Dorks, and I accept this moniker with pride.
So if you've got to be a weirdo, you might as well be Favorite Weirdo! I like your attitude.

The Grunt said...

Jason~ Don't tell me what exact position I am in that ten. I might feel devastated to find out that I am only eight.

Nessa Roo~ Being weird and dorky is what keeps you young. Yeah, you definitely belong here:)