To get to the small room that the sisters share with Minu's husband, you squeeze between two buildings, make your way along the wall, and spill out into a little neighborhood of boxlike rooms, all crammed on top of each other. Their room is upstairs, under a tin roof.
When Shumi and Minu were growing up, sometimes there wasn't enough food to eat. They had three younger sisters who all died before they were 7. Now, Shumi and Minu are able to send money home. It isn't much, but it makes a big difference in the village.
Join us as we explore the Hungerford Deed. Dive deep into the lives of these sisters as they come into their inheritance and navigate claiming their legacy while husbands and lawyers look on. Unpack the ins and outs of owning and inheriting land in eighteenth-century England, and explore the places, institutions, and people named within the Deed.
Five years ago, a witch's curse beneath the red moon turned Chante into a fairy. Now she and her sister Elise search for a way to transform her back into a human, and in their travels they come across a particular town, which is home to a number of nearby ruins, as well as a peculiar shopkeeper named Aira, and a strange, mercurial fortune-teller who calls herself Elma. Could this place hold the key to returning Chante to normal Or will it lead to more answers than our two sisters ever wanted to know...
It's gathering season party people! If you're like us, you're hanging those stockings on the chimney with with care, clinking glasses and campaigning to stay on Santa's nice list... most of the time. We were lucky enough to speak to Jenny Leddy of Two Sisters Farms about the spirit of the season and a recent gathering she hosted at her fabulous Two Sisters Farm, a beautiful property just east of San Diego, rooted in family and surrounded by wine country. We especially love Two Sisters Farm as it's name and beginnings were born simply - of a daydream two sisters had about living closer to each other. Two husbands dreamed about farm life. Throw in two animal-loving kids with energy to roam and you have the utterly spectacular sister-owned farm that will feel like home because of the pervasive feeling of familiarity and family.
The episode is a tale of the two sisters, Artemis and Jade. It is a reference to the 1859 Charles Dickens novel A Tale of Two Cities, which Artemis also recites during her second lecture and the end credits scene. She also wrote the opening line of the book on her classroom board, in the last flashback she was holding the book and Paula is seen reading it before Jade shows up.
Germany - Sara and Yusra, two sisters from Syria, left their country in November 2015. Sara, the youngest, speaks about their journey and how strong and invincible they thought they were before that night. 59ce067264