Let me re-introduce you to Aynsley.
|This isn't a wax figure. This chick is real.
Friday was the inaugural Kickbox for the Cure Event, inspired by a beautiful woman named Catherine- read her story here.
This gal was on the guest list!
|I'm smirking because I realize how ridiculous I look.
|Wait... how is this different than any other night, Katy?
|Special Edition PINK Kickbox gloves!
|This is where I was most of the night.
|This guy was actually posing. I shouted "WORK IT!" and he gave me this fierce face. I immediately downed 5 pieces of sushi in response.
|Not pictured: others gasping at the blonde woman in the purple dress with her face in the PINK chocolate fountain.
|This was a live auction stage, a runway, and a boxing ring. Imma need me one of these.
|I brought this guy home with me.
|A Canadian favourite: Poutine. This is exactly how my upper thighs look after eating it.
|Here's where I started feeling guilty for eating the poutine.
|Here's where I went for seconds.
|There's Catherine kicking some ass! I barely got this photo as I was busy getting pink Cotton Candy.
|Look again. That's a glass of white wine at their table. I love you, Titika.
|Anything for a good cause. Anything.
I decided to give back further by participating in the Silent Auction.
|Giving back is really, really rewarding.
|Sarcasm? What's that?
|This silent auction page was for 50 units of Botox. I was so excited I did my best Botox smile. Then I immediately wrote my name.
|"Fifty F*&$!ing Thousand." Bonus points if you tell me where this quote is from.
|This is what classy women do with Live Auction Paddles.
|Even from far away, I can see your abs. Damn you.
|This is accurate in many ways.
|This woman is my idol. Whoever she is.
|Momma said knock you out. Bailey brings new meaning to planking.
Almost all of us know someone touched by cancer. If you'd like to leave a message letting them know you're thinking of them, I will also share your thoughts on Facebook and Twitter in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This post is for Catherine, and for my mother-in-law, who lost three very good friends to breast cancer. I'd also like to shout out to my sister-in-law Morgan, who works with ReThink, educating YOUNG women about the reality of breast cancer at any age. xoxoxoxoxo