Last week I shared that I would be participating in a weekend charity walk for breast cancer survivors. Sadly, our walk did not happen. I got up Saturday morning to thunder and lightening. I was hoping that it would blow over by the time the walk started. It rained on me the whole way there but as soon as I pulled into the parking lot it stopped.
I thought that would be a good sign. But as soon as my team captain arrived and I met up with her, the bottom dropped out again. Within 3 minutes we were soaked to the bone. But walking in cold rain is nothing compared to battling breast cancer so none of us really thought we should complain.
We were still ready and willing to walk...then the lightening started. It was a little scary to be outside holding umbrellas with lightening all around. The event coordinators checked the radar and told us that they were calling the walk. They didn't think it was safe for everyone to be out in the elements like that.
Hopefully it will be rescheduled and we can still participate. My friend Tracy and I still want to do it so even if it isn't rescheduled, maybe she and I can do it on our own. That's the plan.
I would like to say thanks and send out big hugs to everyone that donated to the effort. I was able to reach my goal of raising $400! Thank you all so much.
And as I promised, here are a couple of pictures taken during heavy rains.
The first one is me waiting to check in at walker registration.
This one is of my good friend Barbie that I haven't seen in forever and a day, me, and then my friend and team captain, Tracy.
Even though it was soggy, freezing and gloomy, we had a great time catching up with each other. Thanks again to everyone that supported us. You guys rock! And thanks Doc for the breakfast!