JOCELYN SPILSBURY

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Heterochromia: a beautiful mutation. Heterochromia is relatively rare – it affects around 11 in every 1,000 people in America – but it can develop over time. It can be inherited from one’s parents and come about as a result of various conditions – both genetic and acquired. In spite of this, it is not necessarily a sign of underlying health issues.

Heterochromia - a beautiful mutation of the iris.I had no idea that it was a mutation. My eyes are blue on the outsides and fade to orange around the irises. Depending on my mood and what I wear my eyes change color.

I have LOVED having baby chicks (so did my kids!). Here is an awesome guide to how to raise baby chicks - perfect for the total beginner.

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