I met the other twin in third grade.
Which is probably why my whole life I could tell them apart even just but talking to them on the phone. I don't think I ever mixed them up.
I wish I had pictures of this. I'm sure if could find them somewhere if i really searched. But we did "Young Olympians" together. Which was like a little cheerleading thing. We would go to a gym at some random school and I remember going in the bathroom and playing bloody murder with them.
We didn't necessarily have the same group of friends but we were almost always on the same softball team. And when you play softball on a school team you spend a lot of time with people.
I don't think I ever really had a fight with either of them. I mean sometimes softball would cause some drama but it would blow over so quickly.
Freshman year they were kinda in my group. Not the girls who were mean but sometimes we hung out with them. And even though they were friends with the other girls too, they stuck by my side.
I think they were the people I could always be 100% truthful with about how I felt about things and not have to worry about them judging me. There are so many times where I would just sit and vent about life with them (reoccurring theme? I think yes.)
I really don't know where we went our separate ways but for some reason we did. But that doesn't change the fact that I love both of them with all my heart.
The more I think about my memories with them the more I realize how much they actually did effect my life. And now I miss you girls a lot.
|Freshman year of high school|
Gianna and Nicole
Thank you so much for sticking by my side for so long.
Its so unlikely for people who get along when they are 6 or 7 to still get along when they are in high school. And for some reason I was lucky enough to have you guys there with me the whole way.
I hope college has been an amazing experience for you so far. I would love to see you girls soon, because you are amazing
So much love,