”In our childhood, my sisters and I were always together. Same schedules, same hobbies, same friends and same school. We come from a small town where almost everyone knew us as the triplets. Sometimes it was frustrating to be under the gaze and wonders of people that were not so familiar with us. Sometimes even with people who knew us called us ”the triplets” instead of using our own names. Quite often it felt that people did not consider me or my sisters as individuals.
It is not so simple to explain the sisterhood between us; at the same time it is the best thing in the world to have sisters I can share everything with. Even without saying a word I am understood. On the other side there is the question of identity; am I invisible when I am alone?
This personal series reflects the similarities and the differences in a sisterhood of three same age individuals.”