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Speaking as a twin, whose mother delighted in dressing her (fraternal twin) daughters alike until I finally started making all my own clothes at about age 13, I cannot love that link. :-O
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Well, it's not as if they are wearing exactly the same attire in a male and a female version, but, although the style isn't too bad, I'd rather not go for that 'matched' look as a couple. Begins with me and DH looking good in entirely different colours, and ends with 'Hell, no, I'm a person of my own!'. Can understand you very well, Beverly, although I wonder how it would be to have another me that isn't me, if you know what I mean. Are twins really as close as they always say?
U.
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[...] Can understand you very well, Beverly, although I
I do understand the question, but keep in mind, my sister and I are fraternal twins, so it's not at all like seeing another "me" when I look at her. We are sisters, who just coincidentlay happened to be born on the same day. ;-D However, that never stopped my mother...
I suspect Barbara and I are maybe a little closer than two sisters born several years apart, mostly because we were always in the same stage of growth/development. We were in the same classrooms in school until they finally had enough kids to have two separate rooms of eighth grade kids. Teachers often accused of cheating somehow, because we scored the same on tests, but that was silly, we STUDIED together! :-D Mom threw a hissy fit when they decided to place us with the two different teachers at age 12, she won. As usual. In high school we pretty much developed our own set of friends and interests, although we still are very close. We live about a mile from each other.

Hope you are feeling better. It's allergy season here, so I'm doing some sneezing as well.
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That reminds me a little of the Mother Gothel in Disney's 'Tangled': 'Motheeeer knows best!' (
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) Sheesh, I really wonder why she was so bent on having you two together... Mind you, your sister looks so incredibly frail on you FB pic, while you seem have gotten all the vigour. Has she always been like that or has it only come in her elder years with all her ailments?
Hmmph, I thought DH and I were through but obviously he has begun sneezing again, and I did, a little, too. So we're not sure if it's any kind of allergy or a second go from the flu. Anyway, we will stay away from DSIL, although she is much better. She's getting ready for her next turn of chemo... This time much more lightly dosed, they promised. We really thougth it would kill her; she looked like she'd pop her clogs and if the docs wouldn't have said it was - uh, normal, we'd have - I don't know what.
So, have a great weekend; here, it seems that spring is giving a preview for the next few days. I have no objections. ;-)
U.
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