Thanks to Luka Thor for stopping by for breakfast and checking in on “Mom & Dad” this morning. This young man, at 26, has wisdom far beyond his years. He is one of just a couple people (Matt Pohren being another) that I have always been comfortable talking with. Notice I didn’t say talking to. Both Matt and Luka have good counsel and a perspective that gives me pause to consider. Rare indeed.
Luka was happy to find out just how content Linda, Jed, & I are with the new direction in our lives. A genuine, respectful, and caring individual. He also got a big scoop of Truth with his breakfast. That enlightenment and understanding only furthered his happiness that we have overcome the obstacles of the last many months. He found out that we aren’t idly sitting around watching Rome burn, nor though are we rushing to douse any flames. But we are watchful and content to help where most needed.
One place we’ll be active is at next week’s Grand Blue Mile in Des Moines. The event was named the USA Road Mile Championships last December. Linda will be there in her official capacity and I’ll be snapping some pics for Nebraska’s premiere running blog. It won’t be my first rodeo.
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It is all smiles when Luka and friends stop by. We love him like a son.