Lincoln Review

You will never so intimately witness the endurance of the righteous men who sought the abolishment of slavery and the events that stood between its deliverance as in Lincoln. Spielberg’s Lincoln is not only an intricate political story of those events, but a moving and often disturbing portrayal of the men who contributed their lives to end the most ruthless war in American history. The opening scene, the battle of Jenkins Ferry, is nothing but callous butchery. As the film’s only brief battle scene, it is enough to authenticate this era of human suffering. To demand any more scenes of […]

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A Maze Of a Day

Sunday my children, my husband and I took some time to look up local corn mazes in our state and found one about an hour away from us at Beech Hill Farmstand. After much consideration of gas price and how much admission would cost we decided to get ready and have a family day together outside of our house! Admission wasn’t all that bad, AJ and Baby K were young enough to have no fee and the rest of us were only $3 a piece (would be $5 a piece if we wanted to do all three of their mazes). […]

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