Finding My Identity

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“I am made and remade continually.

Different people draw different words from me.”

— Virginia Woolf

I remember the day I dropped off my DNA kit from a certain DNA testing company, full of a vial of my saliva. I thought long and hard about it. I would never be able to reverse this decision. I sealed the box, then dropped it into a…

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writer and sometimes singer/composer & painter. Italian-American. INFP. I write fiction and nonfiction. www.kellyburns.com

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Kelly Burns

Kelly Burns

writer and sometimes singer/composer & painter. Italian-American. INFP. I write fiction and nonfiction. www.kellyburns.com

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