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December 2017
1Hard Times
2Create a Legacy
3Death --- Super Moon
4Forgive
5The Past
6Wear vs Rust ------- DNA - My Roots
7Extraordinary People
8Faith
9Dreams Come True
10Laughter
11Change
12True Hero
13Covet
14Begin Now
15Ideal Life
16Vulnerabilities
17Who Lives Inside Your Head?
18Life's Purpose


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Wear vs Rust ------- DNA - My Roots
December 6, 2017


“It is better to wear out, than to rust out.”

~ Richard Cumberland





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DNA - My Roots ..........


“You were designed for greatness. You were born to accomplish incredible things. Unlimited potential is part of your DNA!”




I have been fascinated about genealogy, DNA, and where we really come from. Son many families live on stories, either fact or fiction, handed down from previous generations. I often call these “family lore”.



So, I got an early Christmas gift to have my DNA tested. Most likely to shut me up after talking about incessantly. Anyway, the kit arrived, filled out the form, filled the tube with saliva, and it’s back in the mail. Four to eight weeks of waiting now.

Probably no surprises, but it will be interesting to know. I did check to make sure that being the recipient of a heart transplant would not alter the test in anyway, and it won’t.

I’ll let you know ….. when I know.



And yes, I love the shows pictured above.

 
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