For a cause.
A good one.
The 5-K Run for Hope.
Inspirational...there were cancer survivors walking and running. There were runners and walkers supporting the survivors. There were runners and walkers doing this in memory of a loved one who lost their battle with cancer. And there were people like me, who wanted to RUN in hopes that their donation would help a little.
I will get better pictures. To see the sea of pink at the starting line left me speechless.
I will wear my pink shirt.
I'm hoping it's not pouring rain at the finish line...POURING RAIN PEOPLE...we got soaked!
It almost didn't matter that I finished in 10th place, and got one of the nicest compliments from a patrolman/volunteer, "Holy cow! You should run the Boston!". I could have kissed him...but that would have been a little awkward. And it would be a lie if I said it didn't matter.