Tag: History

Rainy day

After we voted in a Wisconsin election, we went to Goodwill in Sheboygan. Karl dropped off a donation. I bought a few memoirs, and enjoy learning about history this way. Then to Walmart for some groceries, and a simple lunch at our kitchen table. We shop at many places in our area. Grey rainy day, and beautiful.

Images: AntiqueClipart.com

Creek at Veterans Park

On March 23, 2019, our walk around Veterans Park in Oostburg, Wisconsin inspired this poem:

snow melt in town
some piles of snow
in the park
creek running clear
and can see the stones
at the bottom
blue sky background
for the trees

Yesterday, although a cold day, we went to the park again. We walked a short time, and Karl took photos of the creek.

Poem by Ellen Grace Olinger

Sunday blue sky and Creative Notes for April

Sunday blue sky
and evergreens
last day of March
to enjoy with gratitude
tomorrow is April

April is National Poetry Month, founded by the Academy of American Poets in April 1996.

April 17 is International Haiku Poetry Day, hosted by The Haiku Foundation. Please read Plans for International Haiku Poetry Day 2019, by Jim Kacian, for more information.

The first Earth Day was on April 22, 1970. You may be interested to read
Introduction: the Earth Day story and Gaylord Nelson.

Lake Michigan – April 2016
Oostburg, Wisconsin

Ellen Grace Olinger