Timothy and Tabitha Tadd-Bitt were twins that did everything together as long as they could remember.
They were just a tad bigger than a small tabby cat.
They even shared the same room together since they were so small.
One side of the room was decorated with Timothy’s things and the other side was decorated with Tabitha’s things.
Tabitha’s side had colorful dolls and stuffed animals all neatly arranged in a straight line.
Timothy’s side had cars of many colors and soldiers lining his walls all in order.
The dolls, stuffed animals, cars, and soldiers all went from the window to the door.
The dresser sat on Tabitha’s side of the room next to her bed with its four colorful draws.
The toy box sat on Timothy’s side next to his bed all neatly arranged with one side for her and one for him.
Tabitha’s wallpaper had dancing stars on it, while Timothy’s wallpaper had racing cars.
The dancing stars and the racing cars started from the window between them and met at the door.
Even the curtains had dancing stars on one side and racing cars on the other all tied back with golden garland.
In Tabitha’s corner on the floor was a doll house full of colorful dolls
In Timothy’s corner there was a track of racing cars.
As they looked at their walls, all that separated the dancing stars and racing cars were pictures of themselves on their walls.
Not at all like looking out their bedroom window at all the colors of fall with its leaves and all.
Gee how we wish we could be outside in the leaves of fall, as they both fall fast asleep.
Robert B. Chambers