It is said that twins become so accustomed to each other in the womb that they are bound by invisible bonds throughout their lives.
This connection is so strong that one of them can feel bad when the other is sick, even being in another city. But, of course, they also share the joyful moments equally.
And today we want to tell you about the twins May Bell Powell and Mary Bell Roach. Just imagine, these ladies recently celebrated their 100th anniversary!
“We never parted,” two respectable ladies tell reporters.
These cheerful women lived a difficult but very interesting life. And now, in their declining years, they often like to reminisce about the past.
When the Wallace girls were still teenagers, the Great Depression began in the country.
“Those were truly terrible times – we had nothing,” says Mary Roach.
But in those difficult years, the sisters were lucky: they were educated at Murray State College. During their studies, the prankster girls used their extraordinary resemblance more than once.
“I’ll tell you that May couldn’t even hit the ball properly,” Mary recalls with a smile. “Therefore, I passed the standards instead of her. And she shared her talent – she wrote essays for me.”
After graduating from college, the girls married their classmates. And then the girls found work – they were hired as teachers by the director of the school in their hometown.
The story of the twins has already spread all over the world.
For some time now, they began to live in the same room. You need to be there if one of them needs help in the middle of the night.
It will seem to someone that living 100 years together is a real test. But the charming old twins do not think so.
“We have been together since birth, and have never parted. And all we have now is a century-long love for each other.”
“I need her all the time,” May adds. “We have lived a wonderful and amazing life!”