San Diego raised over $6,000,000.00
This is always a hard thing to write about. Breast cancer is a very serious subject but the 3-day event is a wonderful thing to experience. How do I balance the two?
The training is hard and long but when we are finished we go home and soak our feet or what ever we need to do so we can go out the next day. We laugh along the way and make new friends. We enjoy the times we have with each other and we know that whining causes blisters.
On the other hand, those suffering with breast cancer can’t stop and say I’ll start up again tomorrow. They go through rough times with treatments and can’t just put a Band-Aid on. We have survivors on our team and all I see are their beautiful smiles.
We are encouraged along the way by complete strangers who dance, sing and offer us treats. Or by just being silly. A lot of the people come out yearly and we've given them names. This guy is also known as the Jeep guy. He starts in the early morning in his Jeep and pajamas
then changes outfits as the day goes by, can you even see him? He's a bush!
Last day we took advantage.
This is me with Kim and Amy, two of my team leaders
My first and second day! The line for the last day was too long.
Thank you for your donations and for keeping me in your thoughts.
Oh, by the way, I’ve already signed up for 2014!