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Yay Yay Yay: My DNA 

It’s time…


I ordered it…


I’ve been there when four other people submitted their DNA samples. And because I am a slow learner, and I like to observe before I act, suddenly the pieces fell in place. 89 more words

Enjoying The Day

A Ghanaian Family Welcomes African American Relatives Home

Great grandmother Nana Faba Idun (age 81) has lived in Elmina, a Ghanaian town of one of the infamous slave dungeons, all her life. Nana’s brother, Joseph “Kawantwi” Arthur, remembers the childhood stories of the Transatlantic Slave Trade. 836 more words

Ancestry

Ancestry DNA

My Ancestry DNA kit arrived in the mail today.  I am both excited and nervous.  As I wrote earlier in a Facebook post, I’m excited about the possibilities, but nervous about the outcome(s). 86 more words

Finding My Roots

Still Obsessed With DNA

This Christmas, I gave an ancestryDNA kit to my son and bought one for myself, as well. Whenever I get time, I work on our genealogy.   328 more words

Who Do YOU Think You Are?

What do you do when you find out that you are not fully who you thought you were?

What would you do, think, or feel if that happened to you? 183 more words

2016

Cadeaux: 10 Everyday & Holiday Gifts

Not to brag, but I’m a great gift-giver. I know this because I’ve been told so. Also, I really do enjoy giving gifts.  Whether I’m tasked with a budget, gender neutral grab bags, milestone celebrations, souvenirs from afar, a host/hostess trinket, or finding that… 1,022 more words

Confidence

Time For Some DNA Testing

I’ve been wanting to do a DNA test for a long time.

As usual, I’ve obsessed over the process. Which company should I use? Is it “safe”? 162 more words

Genealogy