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Must be fun to have a twin brother, but ….. your 'poor' mom !
My school friend Annette has twin-girls. She had just moved to southern Italy - near Salerno and was as such 3200 km far away from helping hands as parents, family and friends. She told me, she cannot remember anything from the first 1-2 years - her husbond had to look after their business - and she had not had enough time to learn proper Italian. In Italy you have to bring all things yourselves to the hospital, so while she was in the car with contractions, Luigi went shopping for equipment.
Sadly, today the girls are not getting along very well with one another - we don'nt know why. They are all living in Denmark now - except Luigi, who suddenly died december 2019 in Italy. The girls had moved 10 years earlier, and the parents were to follow spring-summer 2020.


KAISERWETTER. We had plenty of that in Salt Lake City, with its many ski resorts nearby.


Yes, my accounting career was fun. I started out with a large international firm, and after a few years I went with one of their oil and gas clients as their income tax director. I moved from Texas to Utah, retired after 15 years, and then moved back home. But I always loved what I did. Oh, I mentioned that I have a twin brother. His career was similar to mine, except his tax specialty was the printing industry in Chicago and Nashville.


I just read your profile - what an excellent way to live - close to family and yet by yourselves. I think, there is a lot of space in Texas - in the country side.
I've been an accountant too - at first in different companies, but later as a 'one-woman show' servicing very small companies on a weekly /monthly basis.


And when the sun is shinning it's wonderful - and we wear suitable clothes, of course.
A little lesson: Blue 'high' sky, sunshine and lots of new snow is called KAISERWETTER in German (Emperor weather)


Nice photo. Looks cold, but, then again, I a from an area where we get very little ice and snow. So I get cold just looking at a photo of snow. But I must admit it is pretty.

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