30 Days of Thankful: People with a Cause

My work joins the Komen foundation for breast cancer awareness month and every year each city participates in the Race for the Cure. This year was my first time to participate. Chris and I went into Dallas early one Saturday morning, lie 6 a.m. early, met up with my group, took pictures, and then strolled through the streets for 3 miles to raise money and awareness for women’s health issues.

Throngs of people populated the street, some dressed up with special hats, some with tutus, and even some with capes. Everyone was there for a reason, some it was just support, for some it was in memory of a loved one, and for some it was in triumph over hardship. 

Because of these people awareness and funds were raised for the future health of women. So, today, I’m thankful for people with a cause. 

Today's biggest feat walking in a crowd of people, slowly. I hate crowds, I hate walking slowly. This better cure cancer.

Today’s biggest feat walking in a crowd of people, slowly. I hate crowds, I hate walking slowly. This better cure cancer.

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