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.
- 5k 13.1 airports awesomeness beach birdnerd birdwatching busy cold con confirmation data DC early morning English? expo field work foot injury fun Garmin goals GPS Half-marathon health heat Houston Houston Marathon IAH idiocy injury insomnia ipod itbs Kenya Kisumu knees marathon MCM mental motivation motorcycle music new distance new race friends oops Peru Port Victoria PR Puerto Maldonado race race recap races relay runners high Running scam science sleep soreness stress stress fracture stretching Texas theft training trapeze Travel treadmill twitter video volunteer weather wordless wednesday work yoga
- 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: knees
Let’s be fair, here. I’m not usually a risk taker. Sure, I do a few activities that aren’t exactly… typical. And on Tuesday, I decided to try Extreme Trampoline at a place called Rebounderz in Sterling, Virginia. Wall to wall … Continue reading
After 112 miserable days of not running, I’m finally running again! And I’m 90% certain that my recovery is due to yoga. I’ve been dealing with some ITBS for pretty much the last year and a half. I had to take a … Continue reading
Every time I someone say “Oh, it’s just like riding a bike. You never forget how to do it.” I have to resist the urge to tell the following story, mostly because it makes me sound like a complete idiot. … Continue reading