When Gage grows up he wants to be a photographer and a chef.
“He always gets me to try the peanut butter bars he makes,” said
Wayne Longly of Boys Town.
At fifteen years old, Gage enjoys more than just cooking. He also plays instruments, enjoys sports, and as he would say, 'pretty much all things.'
His child advocate says, "He really wants to give. He always asks can he help out. He likes to do little projects around the house. He's the first one to start working and he wants to be the last one to finish.”
Gage's dreams for the future include college, "I want to be an animal photographer, travel around the world and take pictures of animals."
His child advocate is hoping that Gage will find a positive male role model in a dad of his own. He explains, “young men, especially, require a lot of attention when it comes to, you know, life skills and being a young man.”
Gage sums things up with his biggest hope of all, "If someone does adopt me I would like for them to have an opening in case my sister would want to be there.”