I never imagined the death of a U.S. President or a Broadway musical would bring me so many memories of Florence. They all make me ask “Who will tell your story?”
Big or small, everyone has cape moments. It can be something simple—seeing something that makes another thing better. A cape moment could be finding a way to not get knocked down, or as simple as getting back up again.
A cape moment is when you step up—no matter how big that step is.
You could win “Best Cape” at Florence Forth. The rules are simple: Create a cape; upload your cape; be registered to run. Deadline to enter is Feb 19th.
Florence Forth is a race for super heroes in memory of a super girl. The Cape Contest offers a fun way to express why we run Florence Forth. Show the world your inner super hero by entering this year’s Cape Contest.
A Pre-Wedding Run with Friends Some brides might want to spend the morning before their wedding sleeping in, or maybe at the spa. But Heather Wiggins and her fiancée, Juan Carlos Suarez Serrato, will be running in the Florence Forth road … Continued
A Cape Moment– perhaps something as simple as completing a project or helping a friend in need. Or a moment when you find a way to get back up after being knocked down. These are so significant and we want … Continued
Three years ago Nan Lujan started running. She never quit. Today she shares her story in a Cape Moment video.
We all have cape moments, times when we overcome a struggle to make life better for ourselves and for others. Click to watch a short video celebrating Florence Forth as our Cape Moment.
The Florence Forth road race is a celebration of overcoming struggles and making things better. It is the response of one family to the loss of their daughter. Florence and others with autoimmune encephalitis inspired a community to start a … Continued
Florence Forth, named for our daughter and the day she died, is our cape moment. Florence first started showing symptoms of autoimmune encephalitis when she was two. At that time, no one knew what she had. For four years, Florence … Continued