I dressed Dutch in his Komen onesie and draped a pink tie around him. He loved seeing all the people and I get the feeling the walkers enjoyed seeing his smiling face as well.
By the time the last walker had passed, he was tuckered out! Oma's lap was a good spot for a nap.
I've cheered and/or volunteered at the 3-Day for the past few years, and the best part has always been seeing and congratulating our friends Hank, Sarah, Rachel, and Becca. They signed up for the first time the year their wife/mom was diagnosed (and she actually passed away two months before that walk), and have continued to walk each year since then. It's an emotional experience for them, and I promise to support them every year they do it.