When my parents were visiting a few weeks ago, my mom experienced first hand something I have known for some time.
I look like my brother. So much so, that she said that when she caught a glimpse of me in the house from outside, she could have mistaken me for my little bro. See? Even my mom agrees.
As for the evidence, please refer back to the original post I wrote nearly 5 years ago. You'll understand.
But wait. I look like my mom, too, also so much so that people sometimes mistake us for each other, including by voice. So if I look like my brother, and I look like my mom, and my brother looks like my dad, does that mean my mom and my dad look alike?
But I have heard that does happen when people grow old together.
Not that they're old. Because they're not. But they have managed to be married for more than 40 years, so they've spent two-thirds of their lives together. Therefore they are growing oldER together. Not old.
I should stop now.