What side of the brain do you use?
The interaction between both is a game of volleyball, a confusing element within its features, a comprehensive account of our genetics and memory processes…
Skills are what motivates us. Experience is what shapes us. Atoms. That’s all we are atoms.
This is my biological ancestry DNA 🧬 It’s very valuable research and I aim to explore the specific dynamics and cultural norms each of my dna results relates to and relate to my interpersonal norms and values for the purpose of writing.
This is me and makes up me and I’m proud to be me. I see as it as essence of my being and I love culture – I love different countries, I’m in love with the world 💗🧬
Ancestry is such an important part of genetics and how genetics can influence our thoughts and behaviours. I’ve always been fascinated by ancestry because I like to relate my hobbies and goals and discover who I am through history.
When I was younger I found out some valuable information. My great grandfather served in the war and worked on his own radio station within his home using morse code. He was a loving gentleman and I miss him in more ways than one. His ancestry dates back to France. When I loved Egyptology and archaeology he would give me an album of pictures as a child and I enjoyed flicking through at the black and white photographs. His grandfather was Louis Pique who was a selfless altruistic person who enjoyed helping others but was often thought of as a strange individual. His history is currently in Dover Museum. I loved the violin as a child but had to give up this hobby when I moved to Stevenage although music will always hold a special place in my heart. Below: Louis Pique.