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Sep 13, 32 Years to Write: One mission of this blog is to share my experiences and interactions in the hope of inspiring the community around me to be great. In this speech I talk about how two brothers have shared the spectacular journey of similarity and contrast, but have found a way to come together in the end thanks to a remarkable new addition to the family.
So thanks to all who traveled from near and far to mark this momentous day. And on top of that, what a day, right? Just absolutely stunning out, and such a gorgeous setup.
Really looking forward to the rest of the evening…and getting through this little speech. Goofing around with the two brothers in Hudson, New York.
As I prepped my words for the night, I realized that I speak from a most unique vantage point. How profound a proposition. Shortly after the college years. But while I won the footrace out of the womb back inI lost on another front. Jon was a complete surprise.
All my parents could rely on was a trained ultrasound technician. Fortunately my grandmother, Nonna, had come down from CT to help my mom cope.
The story goes that when Nonna left after two weeks, my mother walked her out while in tears. I always assume those were tears of joy, although I think my mom tells another version of the story. Growing up, Jon and I were attached at the hip. I mean, our cribs were even attached. To the untrained ear it was straight gibberish, but to us, we were having discourse at a level well beyond our 18 months.
Showcasing our early personalities. In our kitchen for lunch time. Jon was a bit more even keel, and would simply go back to playing, though not without offering up a look of disappointment in my direction. Twin brother and the bride as a captive audience.
It was a period when sports and girls were our primary distractions. Jon and I continued in perfect unison. Even our first date was a coordinated adventure: There was no Uber, so we walked, about a mile from our house. While en route, we strategized our lines, and I quote: How does that go down?
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