Thursday, November 8, 2018

Blogging After A Stroke

In late September 2018, I experienced a stroke. It did not affect my speech but did affect muscles in my right side. Presently I am in a recovery center being given therapies to recover as much as possible.

One of the  things that is affected in a stroke is the brain's ability to create documents that communicate. Words do not come easily at first, and sentences are hard to construct. This adventure of creating the first post is demanding of a section of the brain that has been injured. This will be brief.

I hope to be writing more blogs. Martha has been working with me on this.


Monday, September 17, 2018

Religion Sacred Days are for Always is available globally on the internet. 

First  put on-line in 1993 this calendar has provided dates for the primary sacred days of most world religions.

The vast amount of information is a limiting factor. 

Keeping all the dates accurate at no cost to clients is a taskmaster of  impossible proportions. Some mistakes will be made.

Used in Africa, Asia, the Americas, Eurasia, Europe, Outer Space, the Calendar helps people to have a sense of unity in knowledge.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Spires of September

Spires of September

Primordial rousing of earth
Happens in historic church yards 
Of midwest American prairies.

Challenging the loam preparing
For a chill rest tonight
Until the round of season moves on.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Gathering Corncobs

This is from within the Great American Depression. 
Come with me to gather Corncobs for starting a cooking
fire in the Kitchen Range. Deal with the mice, the spiders,
the mysterious dust of the corn shed where corn and the cobs of shelled corn are kept from the rain and snow. Notice the smell of the cobs. How dry they are and how moldy they can be.

Now come with me to climb to the

smoke house roof where we can just barely reach the sweet cherries.

Now let us gather eggs from the reluctant hens. More dust and feathers.

On this can go with the experience of being poor of money and rich of experience.

There are no degrees of honor or rewards given in this course of economics 101.

Let us who knew the experience grant to one another a  round of applause for survival in this graduate school. 

Thursday, August 16, 2018

password despair

The title says it all.  Add a late hour after a busy day.
Why do we do these things to ourselves? No doubt in preelectronic days we did the same
things in a even more cruel manner.
When chipping glyphs in rock we probably did not wait until night since there was no
lighting at all except for lightning  or prairie fires which added a sense of urgency.

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Nature Nostalgia

Humans are creatures of nature

Who pretend to be above it all.

As if prefrontal cortex is all needed

To qualify for spiritual grandeur.

Unable to remember the beginnings

We write imagined genesis

Declaring it graduation certificate.

Laying waste the earth is a step back

Birds know to not foul their nests.

Come to the lesson of Orion

Written in the cosmic chart.

One way to repair disorder.

D. Krueger  6-3-18

Monday, May 28, 2018

Some Hard Words on a Job Application

A Job Application at Age 90 

If this sounds like an exercise in futility
Then your thinking has a problem.

A list of questions need answers
         to do your resume.

Where do I want to be in 5 years?

What are my best skills?

What does the world need from me?

Here are proofs of my reliability.

Here are my 5 best references.

Does my family think this is a good idea?

Do not even think the word "failure"

Now do the resume!

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