Blueprint

I used that app that turns everything to a blueprint to compare the faces. I could see similarities in eye shape, forehead shape, and chins. Without that comparison they looked nothing alike. It was a mystery how they found each other after all being adopted by different families, but the facial match was unmistakable. Now on to DNA tests.

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Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

2 thoughts on “Blueprint”

  1. It’s curious to me. Never expect to find a blueprint for sanity right here–my Inbox! A bit of a stretch you’ll say. You are wrong: First 50 Words has been plugging along, being consistent for at least 15 years. Makes me believe that something, somewhere could stay true to its promise. Okay, it’s a bit of stretch but I’ll take what gives me hope for this democracy–even a weekly Inbox alert.

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