Hi! We're Susannah and Laura. We're sisters who enjoy running, traveling around the world, and just generally being nerdy. One of us is a huge trapeze fan and one of us loves baseball statistics. This is kind of our public journal. We both trained for and finished our first marathon in 2011.
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- A woman? No. #byebye old favorite tv show.... #Doctor13. This sucks. 😢 1 week ago
- @rorysalad Nah. Because I forgot what time the final was. I saw the push alert on my phone & am now stalking twitter #doctor13 1 week ago
- RT @LauraTisdall: Waiting for the #Doctor13 announcement. #DoctorWho https://t.co/BbqHfXB5Fw 1 week ago
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Laura’s 2012k in 2012
Tag Archives: Kisumu
Habari zenu!? Oh goodness where to begin! This will be a long post – I have a bunch to share! Saturday – July 3 – Kisumu to Port Victoria So Rennatus got us on a proper bus most of the … Continue reading
I seem to find more time to say hello in Kisumu than I did in Nairobi… So, I got sick last night with some sort of staph infection. I spent about an hour or so throwing up what amounted to … Continue reading
So I found another 20 minutes to update you all before disappearing into middle-of-nowhere Kenya. I’m getting seriously tired of being scammed and conned here. I can understand paying double for a taxi or a tuk-tuk – that’s just the … Continue reading
We made it to Kisumu and have been busy busy busy! I’m pretty sure my intent to write constant updates on my trip is going to fail miserably after one update. We’re doing tons of meetings at various NGOs, at … Continue reading