My Country Life
Oh, wow...how uncanny! A strange thing used to happen to me in my younger years. As a teen and even in to my 20s I used to have people tell me, "I saw you in downtown Portland this weekend." I lived in Vancouver, WA, at the time and hardly EVER went to Portland outside of the big Lloyd Center mall in NE way back when. As a young mom at a fast food restaurant I had a man approach me and say, "Cheryl?" Nope, I'm not Cheryl but he almost INSISTED that I was and said I used to babysit his kids when I was a teenager. Sorry, not me. They say we all have a twin somewhere...even tho this was a same-sex example. Tho in real life I SHOULD have had a fraternal twin. When I was born there was an extra placenta but the fetus had died in utero. I have always felt like there is a part of me missing.
All I can say is that these are very beautiful people. Talented too.
The main thing is that you're used to how much alike the rest of the Hollywoodites are; the Bones girl and the Criminal Minds guy are a really exaggerated example of what humans find to be attractive.The almost exaggeratedly large eyes, the rounded facial features, convey youth and a gentle nature. (I just read this series of teen books called "Pretties," "Uglies," and "Specials" that discusses something like this.)
I think it is the way their eyes are set deep underneath their forehead...makes them look the same. The lady is very striking...her eyes are pretty...
If you go back far enough they're related.
They look sim to me but not that much so..I've never seen either in action though.Strangers come up to me telling me I look like Marcia Gay Harden, and one of my employers years back saw a movie with her and thought about me thru the whole thing lol. But my close friends or bfs say I don't look like her at all and my nose isn't that big....hmmm. I do not feel I look like her either, but many do.
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