FC: Dajha Bland's Portfolio
1: . Fanny fell in love with him, and they were married in 1834 in Philadelphia. In marrying Pierce, Fanny escaped the life of the theater and her family's precarious finances and entered a life of wealth. At that time, she would later state, she did not know the source of this wealth.
2: Mrs.Fanny was a beautiful,was a strong and spirited person who Believed in equal rights.May white folk didn’t believe in that back in these times.Your The Only One Who truly Cared About Us Slaves And Tried To Make A Difference And I Love You For That.
3: I will always love you...This was the first time i seen you I knew you was a good woman.
4: " | Kemble had been told that the slaves were well-treated, that they were never sold, that they were content. At first this seemed true. This opinion quickly changed, however, after she visited the various settlements on the island. She complained in her journal that the slaves' dwellings "were filthy and wretched in the extreme." The slaves lacked tables and chairs and knives and forks, and ate their meals with crude wooden spoons.
7: The day master sold me Sarah had a look of Disgust on her face.She looked like she wanted to kill her father.She told him that she hated him.I never heard mMs.Sarah talk to her father like that. And Ms.Fanny you and your friend made a huge difference. You all were what they called abolitionist. There we only a few of them around. You taught me how to read and spell. You helped and cared for people that you didn't even know. P.S, I Truly Love You Love:EMMA "A heart that has truly loved never forgets."
11: One of my main passions are fashion. It helps me describe how I'm feeling without saying a word. I LOVE clothes and shopping!!!
13: Lives are for living, i live for you. dreams are for dreaming, i dream of you. hearts are for beating, mine beats for you angels are for keeping, can i keep you? | Can I Keep You ?