Mary Katz spent her day walking around in the rain -- but she wasn't alone -- and she was doing it for a reason.
"We are going door to door informing people about the affordable care act," Katz said.
A few rain drops wouldn't stop her.
"It's well worth two hours of my afternoon and getting a little wet," she said.
Katz is retired, and considers her engagement as a volunteer a "second career" -- and her message is clear.
"If they need health insurance, they need to sign up by Monday," she said.
Katz made it clear that her efforts are not political.
She said that it's not about the policy being right or wrong, but it's about it being a law.
The deadline is March 31st.
Katz said people can sign up by going to either the health care marketplace website, or by calling 1-800-318-2596.
About 6 million Americans have already signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Katz says there should be many more to come, and waiting is not an option.
"Do it now... stop putting it off," she said.
With that mentality in mind, Katz continued... from doorstep to doostep, and from knock to knock