Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Farewell to Uncle Luke

Hard to believe that our Uncle Lukey is graduating from college and heading off to Japan for his next adventure.  We're so proud of him for finishing his degree and following his dreams.  Luke is one passionate boy...wait, is he a man now?  It's hard to let him grow up. 

Luke has always been creative in the way he makes his money such as participating in medical studies that I wouldn't even think of doing for money.  I'm anxious to see what artistic dreams he follows in Japan.  I only understand about 65% of what Luke digs...music and art; I do love him 100%, though!!

 Luke has had the opportunity to be in several of the new bible videos that have been put out by our church recently.

I spent many years wiping this boy's bum, giving him baths, singing him "How many roads must a man walk down?" to bed, and cheering him on throughout his adventures.  Luke has always been an ORIG...I think these pictures speak for themselves.

  Japan feels awful far away so I'm grateful for technology!  Luke, keep a blog just for me PLEASE!!

The uniqueness doesn't fall far from the tree.
Coop and Uncle Luke love each other and have a special bond...uniqueness!!!
 Coop drew this picture for Uncle Luke of the Clone Wars characters from Star Wars.  

Luke is compassionate, a great cook, terrific masseuse, super fun uncle, talented, creative, and has such a thoughtful intellect about spirituality and ethics.

We're sure going to miss you Uncle Lukey!!! 


emily a. said...

I'm sure Luke will love the part about you wiping his bum. Yep, he's one of a kind!

Mandy Young said...

This reads like you are trying to set him up an online dating profile. :) Good luck Luke!

Mandy Young said...

Oops....That last comment was Jason not Mandy.

Matt said...

You nailed this post on the head!

kg said...

Fun to catch up on all your happenings!!

Annie & Tom said...

Thanks Sara. Such a good representation of Luke. Do any of us really know this unique young man? I suspect we'll continue to be delighted and surprised in the coming years. We pray for the Lord's blessings to be with him as he continues life's saga.