Anyone who can walk knows the line "heel, toe," but when you're wearing a pair of pumps and trying to get from point A to point B in a hurry, you're startlingly conscious of the axiom.
A little discomfort might be the point of the second annual Stiletto Run, taking place today at 1 p.m. at the Julia Davis Park Bandshell. This mini .5k race is put on by Northwest Nazarene University's International Justice Mission and
Sage Riverstone International School, and benefits global efforts to combat human trafficking.
Race categories include a womens' race, a mens' race and a stiletto baton relay. Though not everyone is required to wear heels while running, only those with 3-inch heels or above are eligible to win top prizes in the event.
The grand prize is an iPad Mini. Pre-registration is $10, and day-of registration is $15.