Keep your (dry) hands off my stuff!


I don’t like to share.  I do teach kindergarten, so I fake it at school.

Sharing is fine for other people; it’s great in theory, it’s just not for me.

My therapist believes this phenomenon is rooted in the fact that I was born a twin.  An identical twin.

For all you singletons out there, being a twin equates to never ever having anything of your own; it begins before birth, hence the term:  womb-mate.

I’ve shared everything with my sister from birthday cakes to boyfriends.

My husband, Jim, is the first man who could tell us apart.

So I married him.

But I still don’t like to share, even with him.

True confession Proof:

Jim:  Hun, remember to order more of that lotion you like; you know…the one you used to keep on your bathroom counter?

Me: It’s on my list; thanks.  Why are you telling me that?

Jim: Well, I noticed it was gone.

Me: Oh.  Well thanks, but I’m not out of it.  I just started hiding it from you because I noticed you were using it.


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My husband tells me I talk too much. I tell him that I have a lot to say. Here’s the solution… Welcome to my blog!
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