A few days ago my twin brother, Darryl, started his adventure with the Peace Corps in Tanzania, a reality that is still surreal in my mind and, I’m sure, in much of my family members’ as well. The longest D and I have been separated at one time (prior to me coming to Thailand) was nine days. Yes I know, out of 24 years of life, a little more independence should be expected, but we remained attached, and it always seemed right— our band, the classes we took in college (twin brother is the best lab partner for sure), being room mates— you get the point, we’re close.
Starting to rock at an early age.
“Twinsburg”– 3rd Prize for most look-alike twins.
Graduation!- photo by Kanji Takeno
Giving a caricature artist a challenge in Chicago.
Cooking a feast in our home in Baltimore.
Doing our thing.
Darryl, Scott, and I hanging out with some elephants in Thailand.
Tanzania and Thailand are right next to each other in the alphabetical list of countries around the world. Coincidence? We’re always together somehow!