5 Ways to Make My Grandmother Happy

Wednesday, 22 Dec 2010 12:01 PM

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It is such an amazing feeling to see a smile on your grandmother’s face.It is important to be aware of the needs of your grandmother and of things that make her happy. Here are five ways in which you can put a smile on your grandmother’s face.
 
1. First and foremost, be in touch with her. A phone call now and then will definitely bring her happiness. Whether your grandmother lives in her own house or in a nursing home, she will appreciate your call. Dograndmother activities
happy bondingn’t just wait for her birthday or mother’s day to call her. You could also write her a poem, which is sure to touch her immensely.
 
2. You can pay her a visit whenever you have time. Your visit will make her happy. Both of you can bond over a cup of tea or coffee. You can ask her if you can help her out with some pending tasks. You can mow her lawn, buy her some new clothes, or get her some books. 
 
3. Another way to make your grandmother happy is to involve her in a discussion when you visit her. Ask her about the good old days. You can ask her how she met grandpa, how they got married, or what all your mom used to do when she was small. You can also ask your grandma about your own childhood, and the memories will keep flowing. You can also ask her about the family tree. This way, she will be happy and busy too.
 
4. Offer to take her to different places. This will make her happy as these places might not be within her budget anymore. You can take her to a library or a movie. Even just spending time with her at home or outside will make her happy.
 
5. If you have children, make sure they spend time with your grandma. This will not only give her immense pleasure, but also serve as an opportunity for your children to learn how to love and respect elders.
 
 

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