There's been lots going on in our little town!
My friends and I participated in the 5K Powder Run for breast cancer awareness. Well, we are not runners so we walked. AND we were at the back of the pack, took a pit stop at Sonia's house, and then were so far behind that we turned around before we reached the halfway point. Yes, I am admitting we did not do the whole 5K, but we COULD have. :) If you're not familiar with a powder run or color run, it's basically a big ole mess where people are stationed throughout the course to throw colored powder on you as you go by. Since we were way at the end, we were spared the worst of it because many stations were about out of powder by the time we got there.
We had a great turnout of women, men, students, kids, babies in backpacks and strollers, and quite a few dogs. The Powder Run is for a cause close to my heart since I have had several friends who've dealt with breast cancer. My walk was for my friend Karen, who is doing great, and for my friend Rudene, who is no longer with us. They have both been a big part of my life for many years and I love them dearly. Of course, we are ever hopeful for better and better early detection and a cure.