Shuber story

Grandpa looked at the photo of Shuber, Sarah, and their son on his bedside table. He smiled and felt a surge of love and gratitude for his family. They were the only reason he was still alive, and they always made him happy. He remembered the day he made a cake for Shuber’s birthday, many years ago. It was one of the happiest days of his life. He saw the joy and surprise on Shuber’s face when he showed him the cake. He heard the laughter and excitement in his voice when he thanked him. He felt the warmth and affection in his hug when he said he loved him. Grandpa loved Shuber more than anyone else in the world. He was his grandson, his friend, his companion. He was proud of the man he had become. He was a good husband to Sarah, who was like a granddaughter to him. He was a good father to their son, who was his namesake. He was a good person, kind, generous, honest, and loyal. He was everything grandpa had hoped for and more.“Hello, grandpa. How are you today?” Shuber asked, as he dialed the familiar number.

“I’m fine, my boy. How are you? How is your family?” Grandpa answered, his voice weak but cheerful.

“We’re good, grandpa. We’re just getting ready to visit you. We have a surprise for you.” Shuber said, smiling.

“A surprise? What is it?” Grandpa asked, curious.

“You’ll see, grandpa. You’ll see. We’ll be there soon. We love you, grandpa.” Shuber said, excited.

“I love you too, my boy. I can’t wait to see you and your family. 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.

Shuber hung up the phone and turned to Sarah and their son. They were holding a big box wrapped in colorful paper and ribbons. It was a gift for grandpa. It was a photo album with pictures of their family and memories of their time together. Shuber had spent weeks collecting and organizing the photos. He wanted to give grandpa something special, something that would make him smile and remember the good times. He wanted to show him how much he loved him and appreciated him. He wanted to thank him for everything he had done for him and his family.

“Are you ready, guys?” Shuber asked, as he grabbed the car keys.

“Yes, daddy. Let’s go see grandpa. I want to give him his present.” Their son said, eagerly.

“Me too, honey. Let’s go. I’m sure he’ll love it.” Sarah said, warmly.

They got in the car and drove to the nursing home where grandpa lived. They couldn’t wait to see him and hug him. They couldn’t wait to give him his surprise and make him happy. They couldn’t wait to tell him how much they loved him and how proud they were of him. They couldn’t wait to spend some time with him and make some new memories. They couldn’t wait to celebrate his life and his legacy. When Grandpa was 104 he had a party for Shuber who is 60 but still lives with Sarah