Baker has taken Sedgwick literally, as Sarah spends evenings in bed fantasizing about the new men in her life.
Sedgwick greeted them warmly as they asked after her two now-college-aged children.
Later, Sedgwick is asked about how she will feel on the last day.
Sedgwick often turns to the word “workhorse” to describe herself.
We viewers can feel the strain as Sedgwick tries to figure out what to do and how to be, and we feel for her, too.
Meantime Mr Sedgwick again loaded, and a second bird was brought down.
It might mean that Sedgwick at Fredericksburg has seized and is holding the road to Richmond.
Sedgwick, arriving on October 1, 1655, found even the dead unburied by the highways and among the bushes.
And I'm very glad of an excuse for meeting you formally, Mr. Sedgwick.
Sedgwick, a brigadier, and technically in command of the thirty thousand, was a straight militarist in training.