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Though it is unknown when, Isabella joined the Lil' Sparks and later the Fireside Girls where she worked her way up to becoming a Troop leader.
Isabella lives in Danville on Maple Drive with her mother in the house across the street from the Flynn-Fletcher house.
In her spare time she enjoys listening to ‘90s hip hop music, shopping at thrift stores and eating kimchi.
You may be looking for her 2nd Dimension counterpart; her 1914 counterpart her stone age counterpart her 1542 counterpart, her Victorian Era counterpart; the voice of Milly, Isabella Murad; the voice of Katie, Isabella Acres, or Isabella's Star Wars counterpart.
4.) Toni, East Coast Korean/Black Toni reached out to me online after she read my articles on Mixed Nation, and ever since then, we have become great friends.
She’s an amazingly strong woman who has overcome various “disruptions” in her life, and she shares her thoughts and life journey on her blog: 5.) Dillon, East Coast Korean/Black/Caucasian Dillon is Toni’s son.
At some point in her life, (possibly when she was a toddler, as she is seen going to their backyard as a toddler in Act Your Age,) she met and became friends with two boys her age who lived across the street from her, Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher.
There’s even an entire photographic Hapa Project that was created by artist Kip Fulbeck to showcase the diversity of hapas.
The one unifying theme that I found was that hapas take great pride in their heritage, and they love sharing and educating others about their mixed background.
So that inspired me to reach out to some fellow hapas and ask them to share why they love being mixed, in a single photograph, in a single sentence.
12.) Kristen, Newport News, VA Korean/Caucasian Kristen is the wife of an old school friend of mine.
You can check out his amazing artwork at https:// Design I wanted to end with Kristen’s picture because she perfectly summed up my collective thoughts on being mixed race.