Thursday, April 9, 2015

G is for Geno 2.0 Project

I've been wanting to join the National Geographic Geno 2.0 project for awhile. I saved up for it, ordered it, received it, and waited. The reason I had to wait is because I actually signed up for my brother to do it. That's because men have both chromosomes, and therefore receive full information about both sides of the family.

He visited several times, but we just had too much going on. Well, he visited again today, and I pulled those cheek swabs right out and got them packaged up. I'll be sending off the package tomorrow!

Here are a few tweets about #Geno2:

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