We’re waiting for the phone call from the younger son, telling us he’s arrived home safely. Both of our sons are really good about keeping in touch. I know many families where the children aren’t close to their parents. We’re blessed with kids who are still very much a part of our lives, although they each have their own home and their own life.
Having my niece here helps me to understand the genetic testing that she encouraged me to undergo. She was able to go online and determine where my DNA test was in the process. And, she told me that I could get physical, health-related genetic information once I received word that my testing was complete. It should be fascinating, to be sure. From the genealogical research my sister Nancy did, we know that we have Melungeon DNA in our ancestry. We also have Cherokee Indian DNA. It will be interesting to find out what shows up in my DNA report.
Not much else to report other than light discussions about our upcoming trip in May, and what other visitors we expect to have between now and the end of the year.
Be safe, be well, and please be happy. Be sure to tell those you love that you love them. Be at peace, and know you are loved.