Party on, MOTs!

I am heading to the annual National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs convention in the windy city this weekend. I’ll be promoting Twins Pages and talking to other mothers of twins. It is always fun to compare notes and also get inspiration from them. I especially like meeting woman who have two sets of twins. Remarkable ladies! Also, I will be checking out a gourmet popcorn lead my friend shared with me. It’s going to be a swell trip.

I think this is perfect. Armie Hammer, the actor who played both Winklevoss twins in the movie The Social Network will guest star on The Simpsons. According to reporter Jessica Grabert, in her article for Television Blend, “The episode will be titled ‘The D’oh-cial Network’ and will feature Hammer playing both Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss.” She writes, “What’s the next best thing to getting the Winklevoss’–the famous twins who sued Mark Zuckerberg over Facebook? … {Armie} Hammer might even be the better deal: he’s more likely to get the joke.” Stay tuned. Sadly, the reporter didn’t include an air date.

All for now.

Google yourself

Have you ever Googled yourself? (I’m not sure that Google is now a verb but I think I heard that it is.) Anyway, I just found two recent articles where the authors quoted my first book, Twin Stories.  It’s fun to see that the book is still being used as a source of information, even after ten years.

Check out this great article on twin dreams, in Psychology Today, June, 13, 2011.

The book is also referenced in an article titled Five Strange New Facts About Twins.

Thanks to both authors for including Twin Stories.

Our twin boys are having a great summer, and as they get older, I don’t have to sit out front of Van’s Warped Tour concerts in a hot vehicle waiting for the event to end so we can all go home. Did that a couple of times. Now the tradeoff is that I get to sit at home and worry about them getting home. The concerts are always several hours away in very congested traffic conditions.

Just de-skunked our dog. Life is good.

Well, all for now.