SEPARATED MASKED TWIN BROTHERS DISCOVERED!

It’s been a few weeks now that I have been on the search during my morning and evening walks for prowling “Uga,” the University of Georgia bulldog mascot.  I’ve searched high and low, and I always search the fire hydrants.  But, it appears as if our collegiate rivalry remains between just the Clemson Tiger and Georgia Tech Yellowjackets.

Since my last post, I spotted a couple of painted rocks with a complimentary “You Rock” on one, and “Rock On” on the other.  I also found “Hope”—something badly needed, since my usual half-full glass seems to have a slow leak in it.

All three rocks were left in other areas of the community to be discovered by unsuspecting walkers.  Since those rocks have all disappeared, perhaps somebody else has found “hope,” too.  Perhaps they have a half-empty glass and need hope even more than I do.

Well, off I went on my continued search for Uga, when a couple of days ago, I came across what I thought was the triplet of those two blue-eyed masked cuties I wrote about in my first post, and again in my last post.  This guy even had eye brows and hair that matches his stylish bow tie!  I brought him home to keep me company at my computer.

But wait!  There’s more!!  Today, I came across his twin with matching hair and bow ties, separated at birth!  So, the twins have twin brothers!  Two sets of twins!!  Here they are, reunited once again:

Twins-resized

Will their family grow?  Do they have sisters?  Will they ever get to remove their masks so we can see their handsome smiles?  We can only

Hope-resized

7 thoughts on “SEPARATED MASKED TWIN BROTHERS DISCOVERED!

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