RBC Race for the Kids | Fundraising Fun Run for BC Children's Hospital

Happy Sunday! I wanted to watch the BC Lions season opener last night, but I need to sleep early because I'm "running" (walking/jogging) the following day. I registered to run 5 kilometres during the RBC Race for the Kids.

Nat Bailey Parking Lot

My husband is a runner. He did a half-marathon last month, and here I am doing my 5km. My hope (goal) is to hopefully continue losing weight and be able to run with him. I am just happy to lose a bit of weight since last year that jogging doesn't hurt my knee anymore because it can carry my weight. Yay for small wins!

We started the day early and went straight to the parking lot behind Nat Bailey Stadium. I got my Hero Cape for fundraising more than $500 for BC Children's Hospital, and we enjoyed the day. I'm running, but Jomar is not, so he has all my things and will wait for me at the finish line.

My leg cramped during the 2nd and 3rd kilometres, so it has my slowest speed, but I managed to jog/run during the 4th and 5th kilometres until the finish line.

Below are some pictures of the day that we have.

I'm with Fin. He's the mascot of the Vancouver Canucks.

Proudly wearing my hero cape :)

Running for BC Children's Hospital

Race for the Kids

After the run, we grabbed lunch from one of the food trucks at the event. Then, it started raining. Afterward, we visited the photobooth and walked to my sister's boyfriend's place nearby. Finally, we were able to change, and they played NHL 2022 on the Playstation, and we went home.

I'm exhausted, and my feet are sore, but my heart is filled with joy to be part of this event and help healthcare be better for kids in BC.

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