That’s a first!

We struck up a conversation easily at the backyard crab fest that a mutual friend hosted, but things got a little awkward when she asked if my girls were twins. She must have confused me, or perhaps one of my daughters, with someone else, because no, they are not.

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These two are inseparable. Here I attempted to take their photo before church one Sunday, but I couldn’t get either if them to cooperate.

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This one is from a few weeks back. They have very similar hobbies, can’t you see?

Well, as we say all the time around here, never a dull moment!

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2 thoughts on “That’s a first!

  1. I remember people used to ask if my sister and I were twins, and we were 3 years apart, and we really didn’t look that much alike. Sometimes I think the question is one of those small talk conversation starters that people use flippantly. Well, there’s nothing a smile or a little sarcasm can’t fix.

    Your daughters are absolutely adorable!!! I’m glad they get along so well. 🙂

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    • People back home would always ask if my sister and I were twins. Mind you she is even years older than me, two inches shorter, and brown-eyed. Of course they’d ask this if we weren’t standing next to each other.

      So, yes, I think people just have to say something. As I’ve become aware of this, I try to watch what I say!!

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