one of them. "
Monday, February 23, 2009
Our first day of kindergarten, I believe. Julie on the left, in blue, Stacy on the right, usually in red. Mom made these dresses. The little sidewalk, tree and driveway are no longer there.
Peering into the pictures of our past
I see all the things that did not last.
The little dresses Mom made us
The birthdays and once treasured presents in old photographs…those we all outgrew.
Thinking of how it is now and the way we were:
No, the memories aren’t all bliss--
Through it all I know I’ve been lucky to have you for my sis.
As we grew, our time together
Surely, it was more than we hardly knew!
Sometimes things and times we left behind do come to mind.
Now I like to think it wasn’t these things we just outgrew--
Instead, they became part of the story of me & you.
I printed it & framed a copy for each of us & Mom.
I was never very happy with mine hanging in the hallway so after seeing Julie's on a plate stand, I put mine in the living room on one too, by my other "black stuff"-a mirror & two other frames.
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Saturday, February 7, 2009
I left the plaza and was at the light when I saw her come up to the intersection in the far right turn lane. I was in the far left. As she turned I saw her plate said "GOODTWN". She's a twin too! I assume, maybe it's her husband who's the twin, but I'm guessing it was her. It just seems like more of a girl thing to have a plate with that on it. Or maybe it means something else, who knows.
As far as Julie & I, I don't think of one of us being a "good twin" and one a "bad twin" but some people have asked us who's the "good" or "bad" twin. What? I guess it happens.
Good twin, bad twin article
Wednesday, December 31, 2008 FoxNews.com
Black and white twins Hayleigh and Lauren Durrant proudly hold their new sisters Leah and Miya — who incredibly are also twins with different colored skin.
Their mixed-race parents Dean Durrant and Alison Spooner repeated the miracle after a seven-year gap.
When the first set of twins arrived in 2001, the couple was astonished to see that Lauren took after her white mom, with blue eyes and red hair, while Hayleigh had black skin and hair like dad Dean.
Then this year Alison, 27, found she was expecting again — and lightning struck twice.
She had twin girls again. And little Miya was born with dark skin like her dad and Leah is white like former recruitment consultant Alison.
“The girls just love Miya and Leah to bits. We didn’t think it was even possible when we had Lauren and Hayleigh — and it didn’t cross our minds that it could happen again. But we are just delighted that it has,” Dean, 33, of Fleet, Hants, said.
Pictures here on The Sun.
Unable to ID Guilty Twin, Judge Spares Brothers Death Penalty
Saturday, February 07, 2009
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia —
Identical twin brothers escaped the death penalty in a Malaysian drug trafficking trial after the court ruled authorities could not prove which man committed the alleged crime, news reports said Saturday.
"I ... can't be sending the wrong person to the gallows," the New Straits Times newspaper quoted the judge in the case as saying.
Police arrested the 27-year-old brothers in August 2003 after they found large amounts of opium and marijuana in a house to which one of the twins had the key, the New Straits Times and national news agency Bernama reported.
Both men were charged, but Kuala Lumpur High Court Judge Zaharah Ibrahim ruled Friday that only the twin with the key could be proven to be the owner of the drugs.
Because the brothers' identical features made it impossible for officers testifying to point out which one had been found with the key, she had no choice but to acquit both men.
She called the ruling "a very unique case." Court officials familiar with the case could not immediately be reached.
The twins wept and hugged each other after the judge read her verdict, the reports added.
Malaysia has a mandatory penalty of death by hanging for drug trafficking. More than 200 people have been executed since capital punishment was implemented for the offense in 1975.