The Lovey of a Bubby

Bubby and Lukey reading Klaus the Mouse – October 2017

The Lovey of a Bubby.

I have a BF named Pam,
the namesake of a special lamb.

For many years, I’ve called her Bubby –
completely out of lots of lovey.

This month about a year ago,
both of our families began to grow.

Pam offically became that sweet Bubby
and I – the happiest of all grandmummies.

She now shares with Lukey,
ever so cutely

Pam the Lamb,
who loves biscuits and jam,

so he will understand the love a friend
that is so great, and has no end.

 

Cheers & Hugs,
Jodi

If you would like to order a copy of Klaus the Mouse, my illustrated children’s book of original watercolor animals and silly rhymes, simply click here.

Thanks for sharing this precious photo, Bubby!  Love you! ❤

 

 

 

 

38 thoughts on “The Lovey of a Bubby

  1. Starting my day off with tears of happiness. I love you my friend who is more like family! I will post a message on the blog as soon as I can!

    Sent from my iPhone Pam

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  2. Lucas loves your book as much as I do! Thank you for your poem and sharing our love! I love you friend (that is really more like family)😘

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  3. Beautiful thoughts of a BFF and her darling Grandson! Klaus and friends are spreading joy all over. Benjamin was so excited with the photo of “the baby and my Jodi’s book”! This lovely post brings these words to mind that I was given right after Benjamin was born : Grandchildren fill a place in your heart you never knew was empty. Thank-you for sharing. P.S. I would tell you why Benjamin now calls you “My Jodi”, but it is a long story (and sweet)!

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    • Oh those words are soooo true! I think we need to create a word that describes the joy of being a grandma, because one does not exist yet! ❤ And Oh My Sweet, Dear Benjamin – I have all the time in the world for the long story of how I became honored as his "My Jodi!" ❤ Melts my heart!!!

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