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Fairy Dust

Better than a Yellow Brick Road

Pop. My neon glasses protected my eyes from the blast of colored powder, but the rest of my face now shimmered in a green even Envy would be jealous of. Impatient children rolled through the colored puddles and fairies fluttered about in pinks, orange, and white. Color fell from my cupped hands as we waited for the countdown. 3… 2… 1… Throwing the dust into the air, we were engulfed in a rainbow cloud that settled on the brick beneath our feet.  My painted nails and red lipstick no longer looked out of place. To us, the colored powder brought out a childish glee as if at any moment it would pick us off the path we ran and carry us to Neverland. For others, it had the power to grant wishes.

Color in Motion 5K

Eliabeth at the Color in Motion 5K benefiting the Make a Wish Foundation.

-Eliabeth Hawthorne

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