Shuber story

Shuber was a kind-hearted boy. He used to call his grandpa frequently and talk to his cousin Sarah, who lived with grandpa. Grandpa was happy to hear from Shuber and invited him to have lunch with them. As grandpa got older, he still loved him
Shuber loved his grandpa more than anyone else in the world. He would call him every week and chat with him for hours. He also enjoyed talking to his cousin Sarah, who was a year older than him and lived with grandpa in a small town. Sarah was smart and funny, and she always had something new to tell Shuber. Grandpa was proud of both of them and wanted them to be close. He often asked Shuber to come and visit him and Sarah, and promised to cook his favorite dishes for lunch. Shuber looked forward to these visits, and always brought a gift for grandpa and Sarah. As grandpa grew older and weaker, he cherished these moments even more. He hugged Shuber and told him how much he loved him and how proud he was of him.“Hello, grandpa. How are you today?” Shuber asked, as he dialed the familiar number.

“I’m fine, my boy. How are you? How is school?” Grandpa answered, his voice warm and cheerful.

“I’m good, grandpa. School is fine. I learned a lot of new things today.” Shuber said, smiling.

“That’s wonderful, Shuber. You are such a bright and curious boy. I’m sure you will do great things in life.” Grandpa said, his eyes shining with pride.

“Thank you, grandpa. You are very kind.” Shuber said, feeling happy and grateful.

“Hey, Shuber. It’s me, Sarah. Can I talk to you for a bit?” Sarah interrupted, taking the phone from grandpa.

“Sure, Sarah. What’s up?” Shuber asked, curious.

“I just wanted to tell you that I finished reading the book you recommended. It was awesome. I loved the characters and the plot. Thank you for lending it to me.” Sarah said, excited.

“You’re welcome, Sarah. I’m glad you liked it. It’s one of my favorites. What did you think of the ending?” Shuber asked, eager to discuss the book with her.

“I thought it was brilliant. It was so unexpected and satisfying. I didn’t see it coming at all.” Sarah said, impressed.

“Me neither. It was a great twist. I think the author is very clever and creative.” Shuber said, admiring.

“I agree. He is amazing. You have a good taste in books, Shuber. You always find the best ones.” Sarah said, complimenting.

“Thank you, Sarah. You are very sweet. You always make me laugh.” Shuber said, blushing.

“Shuber, Sarah, come here. I have something to tell you.” Grandpa called, interrupting their conversation.

“What is it, grandpa?” Shuber and Sarah asked, as they walked over to him.

“I want to invite you to have lunch with me and Sarah next weekend. I miss you, Shuber. I want to see you and hug you. And I want you and Sarah to spend some time together. You are like brother and sister to me. You are my joy and my treasure.” Grandpa said, his voice tender and sincere.

“Really, grandpa? That would be awesome. I miss you too, grandpa. I want to see you and hug you too. And I love spending time with Sarah. She is like a sister to me. You are my hero and my inspiration.” Shuber said, his voice full of emotion.

“Thank you, grandpa. That would be wonderful. I miss you too, grandpa. I want to see you and hug you too. And I love spending time with Shuber. He is like a brother to me. You are my angel and my guide.” Sarah said, her voice full of affection.

“Then it’s settled. I’ll see you next weekend. I’ll make your favorite dishes for lunch. And I have a surprise for you. But I won’t tell you what it is. You’ll have to wait and see.” Grandpa said, his voice playful and mysterious.

“OK, grandpa. We can’t wait. We love you, grandpa.” Shuber and Sarah said, their voices full of excitement and curiosity.

“I love you too, my children. You are the best thing that ever happened to me. You make me happy and proud. You are my life and my soul.” Grandpa said, his voice full of love and gratitude. now Shuber is 30 he drives a van but he still rings grandpa