Really enjoyed this glimpse into the dangers of raising a kid like Luke Skywalker far out in the wilderness of Tatooine. One would never know it from the film, where they're eating breakfast together in perfectly calm atmospheric conditions, but certainly there must have been times like this during Luke's 19-year sojourn with the Larses (and even during Anakin's early childhood), where either sickness or the elements or (in this case) both threatened both safety and health—just because life out in the desert is like that. Others have noted the portrayal of the Larses, and I love that we see both of them showing their love toward Luke each in their own way: for all his "gruff[ness] and moood[iness]" Owen is the one who goes out and risks his own health and safety to bring back that medicine for him, and it is in a way a perfect complement to the tender care shown to him by Beru. And ultimately it leads to all three of them being tender and cozy together: just as Luke regains his breath, his aunt and uncle can breathe easier too, and they all get a sweet moment of relaxation together. I've been enjoying your stories—do keep them coming, and don't be a stranger!