Hubby’s twin sister and her husband are coming to visit us next week. We’re all excited to see each other. It’s been too long and we always have a good time together.
This image is a collage I did for them five years ago, using pictures from an old family album. (Hubby even liked the bow tie and hat I put on him).
I had it framed for both of them, because I think it’s important to preserve family memories.
Be good to yourself and each other. Namaste’
Since this week’s photo challenge is companionable, I decided to post this image of hubby and his twin sister. What better companion than a twin? Of course I didn’t take this photo. I wasn’t even on the planet yet – LOL!
According to them, they’re about three years old here and I just think it’s one of the cutest pictures I’ve ever seen.
Make a comment below and share with all of us what you think they’re thinking. Personally, I’m guessing that they’re mulling over something mischievous … Namaste’
Happy Birthday to my hubby and his twin sister. Nobody’s telling their age but I think they both look great. Carryl was born a whole half hour before Darryl. And as babies, the story goes that he was always stealing her bottle.
There’s two to wash, two to dry;
There’s two who argue, two who cry….
There’s two to kiss, two to hug;
And best of all, there’s two to love!
Darryl, Carryl and one of them and their mother, Eileen. Happy Birthday to two really awesome people!!!!! I love you both. Namaste’
I had to share this with my blogger friends and followers. This is my husband a.k.a. WS and his dear twin sister. I guess she would be my WS-in-law???? Anyway, we’ve been having fun while she was here.
They always tease each other because she was born 25 minutes before him. If he could have talked then, I imagine he would have been shouting “Wait! I’m in here, too. Get me out!” LOL. Just my crazy humor right now. Namaste’
My husband has a twin sister who is probably one of the sweetest people you’d ever want to know. Their birthday was last Friday, which is why I wasn’t posting until today. We spent that special occasion in Nevada where she lives. Today’s photos speak for themselves. One was taken when they were approximately four years old. The one I took below that is my attempt at a recreation of the original. They are so blessed to have each other. And I am so pleased to have spent their birthday with them. It’s good to be back to posting my 366 project – I have some catching up to do 🙂 Namaste’