Thanks for sharing. Yes, I understand, but I don't think of my sister and I as "two different beings", in terms of family connections. We have the same mother, same father, the same 4 grandparents, the same 8 great-grandparents, the same 16 great-great-grandparents, and so on. So whatever she is, I am. Whatever I am, she is. Maybe she inherited genes from certain ancestors that I didn't inherit. This is obvious because my sister and I do not look alike and our personalities are different. We inherited traits from different parts of OUR family tree. But, we come from the same family tree. If she or I had been interested in the admixture test, we would have been expecting a percentage analysis of OUR family tree...but that is not the case with the admixture test.