But not running...I don't "do" running. DiscoDame & I both have potato chip scarves, in various shades of pink. I'm wearing mine at work today. I'll get pictures of us wearing them tomorrow. Which reminds me: charge the camera batteries! Charge the phones! Charge some more yarn online! No, wait, skip that last one. Christmas is coming, and I gotta get my ducks in a row so I can spend happily. Although it's doubtful Webs will still have any Waterlily yarn left.....*Sigh*
ETA, 4 days later: We survived. After arriving at the Race for a Cure site at 6 a.m. (it was still dark! and very cold!), we mosied over to the Survivor tent for some breakfast. At first, a couple of gals without a clue tried to keep Disco out of the Survivor area, although their pamphlet & website both said survivors could bring in one guest. Oops. Poor Disco went around the other side of the enclosure to get a pom-pom shaker, to cheer for her Survivor, while I went on in & fixed her a cuppa coffee & grabbed a muffin for her. The gals handing out the shakers asked if she was a "Co-Survivor" and she said yes, so they said she could go in too. We found a little table, which we needed 'coz I already had two bags of swag that was being handed out, both specifically for survivors. After fueling up, we took a walk around all the vendor booths lined up around the area, and collected more goodies & many more nice fabric bags -- I won't need new knitting totes for a while! Well, we were getting rather loaded down, so strolled back to the car and piled up the trunk:
Then we went back, and found another whole circle of vendors with more stuff to give away! Rinse & repeat, as it were. I had my picture taken on a pink motorcycle! But that's on Facebook -- I'll have to get it later.
Somehow, in all this walking around, we managed to find only two other walkers from our team, and the folks manning our booth. We were stankding in line at the Komen trailer, to get Disco some gloves (did I mention that it was COLD!!??), when it was announced that the Survivors were to gather in front of the stage. So she stayed for the gloves, and I left for the stage. Got to see the Survivor of the Year, and her pace car driver -- Sterling Martin!! Yes NASCAR's champ has a soft spot for the cause. Then we had an announcement that Survivors were to move to another tent, only it wasn't described very well...and I wasn't the only one lost in the confusion. Wound up at the Survivor tent again, had a snack (an apple), milled around and asked everyone,"Is this where the Survivors are supposed to be, for the Pink Parade?" -- no one seemed to be real clear on that. Oh well, I just went around & collected more goodies from the vendors, and back to the car to put those in the trunk. Then I saw the time, and decided I'd better get ready to walk my mile. This, after walking all over the Race grounds for the previous 3 hours, turned out to be quite a slog! But I did it, and was cheered at the finish line, and then had to wait at least another hour for Disco to come thru -- she'd been walking with some other teammates (the only ones I ran into, one had recently had knee surgery and was moving at a glacial pace), and they finally told her to go on ahead & finish. I took pictures: