Book Talk: Think Pink!
I thought I was seeing things. My legs were achy and I thought possibly my mind was going. It was the ninth mile in an 11 mile Sunday morning run when I looked up and saw a hot pink fire truck. I literary rubbed my eyes and looked again only to see another pass by on the interstate. No, I wasn’t delirious. The next one went by and on the attached trailer was a huge breast cancer awareness ribbon decorated in camouflage.
To my relief, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and I was seeing something real! It was a short convoy of fire engines on the Pink Heals Tour. They were coming from Orange Beach, Ala., into Memphis for an event that day.
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