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Pink Cake! Day 81, 55.3km  (1/13/2009)

We arrived into Goulburn today to an all pink tea party, including a “Running Pink” pink cake (check out the photo) at the Civic Park Gardens hosted by the mayor and the wonderful women of the Goulburn breast cancer support group. One of the great things about our journey as we travel around Australia is D gets to meet breast cancer survivors which always reinforces her focus on why she is undertaking this journey. I have noticed that there is a certain “sisterhood” that all these special women share which is akin to our doggie code. The doggie code is: support and each other, play nice and always wag your tail in friendship. I must admit though our “fetish” is with our tail end not our breasts.  At the afternoon tea D and Glyn got to catch up briefly with a special friend who they meet when D was walking around Australia in 2004. Lee and her husband Mark are everyday Aussie heroes and D is proud to have them as friends. Lee help navigate us through Goulburn and whilst we were all having a chat at the big Merino my friend Cheepa dropped in. I love Cheepa and was happy to see him again and to catch up on news from Tassie. Check out the photo of us at the big Merino. Due to running commitments and future appointments D and I had to keep running on so the visit with Lee and Cheepa was cut short, with hugs, tears and promises when this journey is over to catch up D and I was off and running again. D was a little sad as she wanted to spend more time with Lee but I gave her a lick of comfort as we headed down the Hume towards Canberra. After an hour D’s spirits lifted as her brother Adam called to say that he could meet up with her again on the Hume, so with another impromptu visit from her bro, D has gone to bed smiling after a very full day of meeting new people, talking to old friends and seeing loved ones, aren’t  we blessed.

Running with you soon.
Maggie – Director of Greeting D.O.G


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