A Walk, or Race, for the Cure

“You can get discomboobulated in this place,” a NYC police officer told me today when I asked him the way.

This morning, some 25,000 or so men, women and children converged on Central Park for the Susan G. Komen Foundation‘s 20th annual Race for the Cure. It was my first time witnessing the event:

pink shirts, umbrella and rainbow, waiting for the start
I AM THE CURE
woman in black, pushing stroller
woman with Victoria's Secret umbrella
men, walking together
WTFC poster, held high

walkers in blue, near the Sheep Meadow

finish line with red light
Scan Van in the Park

ML is learning to use her camera.

School tomorrow!

p.s. 9/13: discomboobulated is not a typo!

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