On October 6, 2012, our staff at True Aesthetics Center attended the “Dirty Girl Mud Run” in Dallas. The Dirty Girl is a 5k run taking the jogger through an obstacle course, some of which are quite muddy. It’s for women of all ages and athletic abilities and was not overly challenging to the staff of True Aesthetics Center. They ran as a team, just like they function as a team at the Aesthetics Center providing women what they want in cosmetic surgery, hormone therapy and weight-loss options.
The Dirty Girl Mud Run is not your typical “race”. The goal is to inspire women to step outside of their comfort zone and create meaningful partnerships and cultivate friendships. One can run as fast and as far as fits one’s comfort zone. There’s excitement, laughter and camaraderie in a team spirit. Proceeds from the run go to the charitable organization for breast cancer.
In 2012, the goal of Dirty Girl is to provide the National Breast Cancer Foundation with over $250,000 support. Next year, they have an even higher goal, hoping to raise $1,500,000 to support this worthy cause. Cancer survivors are allowed to participate and register for free.
We at Dr. Robert L. True’s office support this goal and salute the coordinators of Dirty Girl. Teams are supposed to dress up for the event to represent their sponsors. The True Angels (our staff) met this challenge wearing T-shirts saying “True Dirty Angels” on the front and ” ” on the back. To top their costume, they wore white angel wings on their backs and painted their faces for special effects.
The race took place at Cedar Hill State Park, which is between Dallas and Fort Worth and next to Joe Pool Lake and Grand Prairie. At the end of the race, our girls were definitely all muddy but all had smiles on their faces. It was a day they will never forget.