Take away the catwalk, and substitute it with 3.1 miles of pavement and the Race for the Cure is a very pink fashion show. Each year, thousands attend the annual Susan G. Komen fund-raiser wearing more than just runnerswear. (Komen Maryland)
Here we have the pink on pink, scarf and fall jacket combo complete with pink bow and and gloves to match. The look says I'm not much of a runner, but am available to host an afternoon children's program on PBS. (Komen Maryland)
Not a morning person? No worries. Pink jammies the night before will save you an hour of pickling out an outfit for the morning. And yes, everyone will be jealous of your onesie. (Komen Maryland)
Real cheerleaders match their pink pom-poms to their thick beards. It's one of the more affordable Susan G. Komen looks, but the memories are priceless. (Komen Maryland)
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure might be one of the few places where you're an outcast if you're not wearing a tutu. (Komen Maryland)
Don't be fooled by fresh-faced child. That's pink war paint and the enemy is breast cancer. (Komen Maryland)
The two bravest men at the 2012 Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure wore full-body pink Spandex suits. Your argument is invalid. (Komen Maryland)
WARNING: Prolonged exposure to this photo will cause sudden outbursts of "awwww!" (Komen Maryland)
If history has taught us anything it's that the modern American cowboy, er, cowgirl hates breast cancer. Add a pink feather boa and you'll be ready to hog-tie and brand breast cancer right in the backside. (Komen Maryland)
Will you be attending the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in 2013? (Komen Maryland)
Nothing says Susan G. Komen fashion like a match father and son. (Komen Maryland)
She may be light on the pink, but the fairy wings make her a Susan G. Komen angel. (Komen Maryland)
I wonder if the mustache is real. (Komen Maryland)
Here's how Sunday's winter storm looked at different locations throuhgout the Baltimore area.
The Jarrettsville Volunteer Fire Company is now in its 32nd year of hosting a train garden.
"A Day in the Life" is a bi-weekly photo series by ABC2 staff member Kirsten Dize.
Click through photos to see the balloons at the 87th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.