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: motorcycle
Tuesday was a hard working day. We hit the road around 7:15am, but not without a moment of Richard not knowing how to start/maintain his new motorbike. His stepdad had to come help us out. He’s not the best driver, … Continue reading
I am not a fan of motorcycles. My bum is sore from spending 7+ hours on motorcycles every day. I pray for my life whenever a truck or car passes me, bumps nearly throw me off the bike (Richard isn’t … Continue reading
I got to have a little break today. I woke up to be ready at 7am, but Richard told me that he’d had a problem finding a motorbike for us to rent for my time here. For the first two … Continue reading
The last 2 days have been exhausting! Let’s just say working for an entire day is a lot tougher than I expected. My day 1: waking up in a foreign country, breakfast with your guide, hit the road by 8:15am, … Continue reading