How are twins like amnesiacs? Find out below…
Hurrah, technology works! My neutral status is the assumption that things won’t work (computers, cars, biros) so it’s always a pleasant surprise when they do – my posts appeared as if by magic. It’s as though we weren’t away, but I can promise you that we were – Col and I had a fun time in Devon and Cornwall, seeing castles and beaches and a donkey sanctuary.
I read four and a half books whilst I was away, so will be getting you updated on them before too long. I also, surprise surprise, bought a few. One which I had to leave at home in Somerset, because it was too bulky to take back on the train, was Virago’s anthology of Twins and Doubles. I wish I could say more about it, but it’s a few hundred miles away from me… but it looks interesting.
And whilst we’re talking about twins, I’ve been rummaging through family albums, taking photos of photos, and I’ll leave you with a picture from our childhood. It is quite bizarre, going through family photographs with Colin and Our Vicar’s Wife, and often none of us were able to tell us apart. So I look at my family albums and don’t know which pictures are of me… this is how twins are like amnesiacs.