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Into the Work a Little Fun Must Come

April 30, 2016 (by Angela)

Jim’s been working pretty hard, and I stayed quite busy myself the first quarter of the year. The last six weeks has found both of us taking care of business matters and home chores in addition to work and caring for family. 560 more words

Fun Seeking

Apocalypse Now and the Book of Eli- The Road To Shiloh

by Katherine Frisk

Solara: You know, you say you’ve been walking for thirty years, right?

Eli: Right?

Solara: Have you ever thought that maybe you were lost? 2,669 more words

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Safe and Happy

These are some of our ideas for keeping ourselves and others ‘Safe and Happy’.

By Shiloh

Wombridge Primary School

Back In The Saddle Thanks To TEAM

The trip to the hospital took the wind out of me.


Add to that the stress of me losing my job and nosework instructor (happy for her and her family). 96 more words

Sheltie

Memorial at Shiloh

Last Saturday, several SCV and UDC members traveled to Shiloh National Military Park to honor fallen Mississippians. A beautiful statue was erected last fall after years of the Sons of Confederate Veterans’ efforts to save up enough money. 118 more words

Shiloh 2016

I had the chance to spend a few days at Shiloh this past week for the 154th anniversary of the battle. The Park Service held some living history programs, which I was helping out with. 15 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places

The Falling Out Between John McClernand and Ulysses S. Grant

Today, we are pleased to welcome guest author Sean Chick Butler, Banks, Sigel, McClernand. These are just the most infamous of the “political generals” of the American Civil War. 30 more words