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Monday, November 1, 2010

Rest In Peace Samuel Adams.

Rest In Peace Samuel Adams.
Hello, this is Elizabeth Wells. My poor husband Sam has died. I remember him telling me how important this blog is to him, so I just wanted to share the news with you all. Why? How you may ask? Well, he has been sick for a while now, he probably didn't share the information because I think he thought he was going to get better. Well, Sam is a bit of a dreamer, the doctor told him he would only get worse. But he didn't believe him, but it's okay. Sam is in a better place. I believe that he served his country well, don't you? After all, if it weren't for Sam, we may never be close to where we all are today. Well anyways, Sam died in Boston, where he was born. Ironic, don't you think? Well, Sam, you are a very great man, very influential, and probably will be for years to come. I'll try to figure out how to post a picture of Sam's tombstone. He never did explain to me how this blog works. Well alright, he usually ends his blogs with "Bye for now" or something like that, well sad to say that I'm gunna have to end this blog with Goodbye Forever. Rest In Peace Samuel Adams. We love you.

My Speech.

A little while ago, I made a speech at the Philadelphia State House. My wife believes that I said something that may be carried on for generations to come. People are already starting to quote me, which in my opinion is very cool! These are the words that I said. "If you love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home and leave us in peace. We seek not your council, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; and may posterity forget that ye were our country men."

Family Life

Hiii! I just wanted to dedicate this blog post to my wonderful family. They have been with me through it all, stuck by me even when I was more concerned about the Declaration then them! Well I have a very beautiful wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Adams, previously Elizabeth Checkley. She is the best thing I could ever ask for, she is very supportive and loving. Now moving on to my children. I will start off with my first son, Samuel Adams, born in 1750. Then, I had another son named Samuel Adams born in 1751. Then my wife and I had a son named Joseph in 1753, but he died one day after his birth. :( Next, we had Mary, my first daughter, who was born in 1754. She died 3 months and 9 days after her birth. :( Then came Samantha, who was born in 1756. Last but not least, my wife was expected to have a son in 1757, at this point she died. Then I married my second wife, Elizabeth Wells, in 1764. Elizabeth Wells is a great woman, and so are my children! One other person in my family that should go in this category is my great cousin John Adams. He is the second President. Well, that's it! My family is the best! Okay, bye for now!

"The Most Dangerous Man In Massachussets"

Well, it looks like they have come up with a perspective of me. Great British leaders have gathered information about me that lead them to think that I am a threat. They have labeled me as The Most Dangerous Man In Massachusetts.I find this quite amusing. Thank goodness the British did not win the war, because if they did, I guarantee that Mr. Hancock and I would be dead. Well I gotta go. I'll write back soon!


Hello again friends! As we all know, I am a man who fights for what I believe in. Well, freedom is a belief that is very close to me. I will do anything to get my freedom. It seems that I am not the only one who has noticed. I've heard from a close friend back in Britain that the British men are fed up with Sir John Hancock and I. I am very anxious to find out what happens. I'll keep you updated on any news. Well I'm off for now. Can't wait to hear what they say about me. Bye!