We DO complete each other’s sentences.
Our Mother bought everything in 3 colours to keep our stuff straight; Rhonda – Blue, Terri – Pink, Lou – Yellow
Our children call us Aunty-Mommy. It’s easier.
When we first came home from the hospital Mom put dots on the end of our big toe to tell us apart; Rhonda – 1, Terri – 2, Lou – 3
We had long beautiful blond hair and modeled for several hair shows with our hair woven together (it was the 80s). Bathroom breaks were fun. When we cut it all off, our stylist gift wrapped each braid which we still have in a box.
Rhonda is the bossy one
We do NOT share a brain, as our brother Mike thinks!
Our goal is to dance with “Ellen” and participate in her “12 Days of Giveaways”.
Mom managed with cloth diapers, sterilizing glass baby bottles and nipples, a wringer washer and clothesline!
The Fairies, aka Rhonda, Terri, Lou have confused everyone for over 50 years (but who’s counting?)
We ate on a homemade table top with 3 built-in baby seats – which one of us still has in our garage.