‘I gave my lunch money to Vision!’ (Lucas TAS)

Lucas

“Did you see me on Vision? I gave my lunch order money. And you should listen to Vision as well!’’

“I don’t know why I’m crying mummy but my bucket is full and I’m happy!”

That was Lucas at school today and here’s how it came about.

 

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You may be familiar with the story of Jesus feeding the 5000 and the boy with the loaves and the fishes.

Well, Lucas from Tasmania has given his lunch money to Visionathon!

It was Lucas’ mum Julia who told Vision what happened when her son turned up at school today.

“He was so pumped. Everyone he walked past he asked, ‘Did you see me on Vision? I gave my lunch order money. And you should listen to Vision as well!’’

But we needn’t worry about Lucas going hungry. Mum said he didn’t go without and took a ham and avocado wrap to school for his lunch.

“He was really excited to be able to sacrifice in his own little way,” Julia commented.

“It’s a beautiful thing. He burst into tears shortly afterwards and said, ‘I don’t know why I’m crying mummy but my bucket is full and I’m happy!”

Wow! Lucas’ mum Julia said what her son has done has made her feel wonderful. Also, we can tell you it wasn’t her idea.

“To be honest it was his suggestion.” And Vision plays a big part in the life of Julia and Lucas.

“Vision is on all during the course of the day. So when Lucas gets home from school the radio is going. And he’s been waiting and waiting since the last Visionathon to play his part.”

So, well done Lucas…and thanks mum!



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