On Saturday morning, as they were packing up to leave, we were fortunate to see a few deer making their way through the snowy backyard. It seems no matter how often we see the wildlife, we never tire of the scenery.
The colder temperatures stayed with us all week and Sunday was Cam's final adaptive ski lesson. Jane had promised her son she would ski with them. As we were getting ready to leave for the slopes, the temperature settled in at 12 degrees.
Since Cam had followed through on his commitment, his mom definitely felt compelled to do the same. We were all armed with hand warmers and bundled up. Cameron kept assuring his mother there was nothing to be nervous about. After the second run down the snowy hill, Jane was in complete agreement and Cam said it was an awesome day for skiing.
As we all chatted near the chairlift, a woman approached our skier and asked if he was Lorelei. He promptly said "no" and a group near us quickly called her over. Since Cam was so bundled up, you couldn't even see his face with his mask on. After the woman left, we all had a hearty laugh. Scott, who rides up the chairlift with Cam, told us at the top of the hill that our son couldn't stop cracking up and talking about the mix-up.
February 14th is very memorable for the Weatherfords. It is the day Chris and Jane met, the day Chris proposed and the date of their honeymoon.