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: motivation
Ok, yes. It’s only January 2. But so far, my 2012k in 2012 goal is off to a running start (pun intended). On Sunday, January 1, I woke up in kind of a bad mood. I really dislike New Year’s, … Continue reading
I’m not going to lie – it’s been tough to get motivated to do anything this week when the temperatures in the Washington, DC, area are hitting record-breaking numbers and there are hyperthermia and air quality alerts right and left. It’s pretty … Continue reading
In a confluence of serendipitous events on my flight to Boston this morning, I got to watch Anderson Cooper & CNN’s coverage of the final launch of Atlantis. I also got to see the shuttle flight in person, directly out … Continue reading