April 1986: Remembering the Chernobyl Disaster

The Chernobyl Disaster, which occurred on April 26, 1986 in the Ukranian city of Pripyat (then a part of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics or “Soviet Union”), was an unprecedented nuclear disaster that rocked the world.  Read the blog to learn more.

I Survived the Great Texas Freeze Out of 2021

Just wanted to let you all know that I was offline last week, because I was participating (against my will) in living history. I live in Texas and as you may have heard, we had a few difficulties last week with an historic snow storm.


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Just a Regular, Old History Buff

Hi there! Welcome to Sharing History! My name is Jenn and I am a marketing executive by day and a history blogger by night. I have a degree in history, but found a career in business quickly after graduating from college so I left the fun world of history behind while I was raising my two children and building my career.

During the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic, I found myself working from home full time and simultaneously helping my high school-aged son deal with remote learning. He was taking US History at the time and over the course of the pandemic, we also tackled a US Government class. This experience rekindled my love of history and inspired me to start this blog.

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  1. Exciting….Just finished The Warmth of Other Sun by Isabel Wilkerson….non fiction….beautifully written narrative about the Great Migration of people from the south to cities in the north and west after Reconstruction. Looking forward to following your history blog.

  2. I suspect I’m more hardcore than the postings on this site. I have a Master’s degree from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches Tx but ended up working 42 years for the Social Security Administration. I never lost my love for the subject and have a personal library of about 2 thousand books although about 2/3’s are in storage in boxes in the loft of my storage building. I’m no satisfied if I’m not reading one and probably still have at least 50 to be read but will acquire more. At 77 I probably will never catch up but I don’t care.

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