Waiting sounds like fun

By Jen
@polyxena (2628)
Sturgis, Michigan
November 2, 2016 3:24am CST
After the fact that Genes for Good are giving out free ancestor and DNA tests online. I decided that I'd finally find out what I really am. I've been nervous for awhile even imagining that I knew. My dad's side never gave me an exact answer, while I basically knew my mom's side of the family's ethnic origins. I think what I'm more interested is my great great great grandma was a Romani Gypsy, which Romani's came from the Punjab region of India, but she was also in Spain for awhile. I have always assumed I was Caucasian, but I'd like to find out if I have any other ethnic origins. I'm going to have to wait possibly two weeks to get my swab kit, but since it's in the same sate as I am I doubt that's the case.
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@ms1864 (6886)
• Bangalore, India
2 Nov 16
how interesting. I would love to find out my own too some day.
@polyxena (2628)
• Sturgis, Michigan
2 Nov 16
I know I'm going to write about it as soon as I find out. I'm not sure what's going to happen if I happen not to be human or something
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@ms1864 (6886)
• Bangalore, India
2 Nov 16
it would be interesting either way
@skysnap (20154)
2 Nov 16
You have mixed heritage.
@polyxena (2628)
• Sturgis, Michigan
2 Nov 16
I probably do.
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@LadyDuck (450214)
• Switzerland
2 Nov 16
I know that I am of Celtic origins. It is interesting to know about our ancestors.
• Philippines
2 Nov 16
It's really cool that with the advances of technology, we are able to determine our ancestry. I for one would like to learn mine as well. Maybe I am descended from our great emperor Amda Syon. He he!