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Double Trouble
Being an identical twin was joy beyond measure. Yes, we switched seats at school, answered for each other in class, and even fooled our boyfriends a few times. More than these fun times were the times we had playing our accordians. Our father always helped us get ready to play as we were only 6 or 7 years old. We re asked to play at church on Sunday morning. One lady in the choir was going to help. It came time to go to the platform--I looked at her, she looked at me. What to do? Finally, someome asked,'What's the matter, girls?' 'Our accordians are upside down.' There are so many happy times, but one that is so memorable is the time we were going to Aunt Bama's farm house for Christmas. Her home was at Westcliff,CO. At the time we lived in Ulysses, KS. We would be driving after Dad got off work.It was late when we arrived so we quickly went to bed. Her home was a wood stove heated two story farm house. Those heavy home-made quilts sure felt good. The next day was Christmas. What a storybook surprise--the most beautiful snow white morning you could ever beleive. The snow was to the top of the fence post, the snow sparkling like diamonds, just breath taking. So many more precious memories but space nor time does not allow.

Submitted By: Selma Phelps from TX on 2008-10-16

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