I have often wondered this myself being a British-American with ancestors of just about every European nationality you can think of.
A couple of days ago, I had a pretty good idea who I am when I woke up that morning. Going to bed later that day was a different matter. Much – and nothing – has changed. How so? Well, I got an email from Ancestry.com that my DNA heritage analysis was done and that I could see the results on the web.
Now, why did I do that in the first place, you may say. What’s so important about one’s ethnic heritage?
It’s not important at all, but interesting. And a little more different from what I thought it would be. It also conveniently confirms certain believes I have had all along.
Let me start with telling you what my ancestry is, ethnically speaking………….Really?
Sorry, no, I am not going to tell you what it is. Because it does not matter. Most is not surprising anyway, only one is in the…
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