I too have a twin sister, and we were among 2 sets of twins in our graduating class in another state. It was a novelty back then a couple of yrs ago. Or so... ;)
I’m in DWG...and probably not too far from your humble abode.
My youngest brother graduated from Martin. Out of four kids, same house, we graduated from 3 different high schools as Arlington grew and grew. Sister and I from Arlington High, next brother from Bowie which was changed later to a jr. high and then youngest from Martin. My Dad still lives in the same house.
I too wanted twins when I was expecting, then decided that twins were abundant . . . and I wanted TRIPLETS. Alas, the good Lord decided I could only handle one baby at a time and gave me two singles, girl then boy. LOL And now with 18 yr. old girl heading off to college in August and 15 yr boy that just received his Learner’s Permit this week . . . I am glad I didn’t have those triplets I wished for both times.
My mother was a faternal twin. She also had twin brothers who were identical. They lived in a very small town in Eastern New Mexico. The identical boys graduated with a set of identical twin sisters, both sets of twins having the non common name of Dutton, and they were not related.