They are also fashion twins. They leave the house every morning matching head to toe.
"We dressed alike in high school. Mother made all of our clothes and they were adorable," Shervena said.
Their love for life and each other started young. They were always active.
"We were the first majorettes after World War II," said Rebena.
And they made such an impression as high school majorettes, they were asked to join the Arkansas Tech Band at the age of 14.
"We marched around all the county fairs," Shervena said.
Later in life they moved to Hot Springs. They are now next door neighbors and they're both realtors at Crye-Leike. They've had quite a few big sales in their day.
"I sold Dixie Carter her home on the Tennessee River and she invited Shervena and I to go up and to go some parties. My slogan was 'Will you be my next star? Can I sell you a house?,'" Rebena said.
Their laughter is contagious and they light up every room they're in. They say having a twin has always made life more fun.
"We always liked each other and we always rooted for each other," Rebena said.
They truly enjoy life. They spend their leisure time at the Oaklawn Horse Races and traveling to twin conventions. No matter what, they always look on the bright side.
"The greatest thing you can do is be proud of who you are. And I mean not in a haute sense. I don't mean to be arrogant about it. Feel good about who you are," Rebena said.
Although you may not be able to tell Rebena and Shervena apart, this dynamic duo shows the true bond of sisterhood and being a twin.
Rebena and Shervena have a Facebook fan page. It is called "Compound of Crazy" You can find their page and keep up with Rebena and Shervena here.