I wonâ€™t share my grandma! by Donna Arthur Downs for Jayne Anne Dillman to read to your grandkids . . . and to enhance the memory as you age.
Iâ€™ll share my new little bright blue duck . . .
And every race car and every dump truck.
Iâ€™ll share my blanket . . . (just during the day) . . .
. . . but I won’t share my Grandma! That’s what I say.
You can play with my basket and my orange basketball . . .
And as for my veggies, you can have them all!
You can play with my animals that go in the zoo . . .
But I won’t . . . NO I won’t share my grandma with you!
Yes, she could hold us both on her lap, oh so fine . . .
You could have your leg; I could have mine. You could have one arm, I could have the other . . .
. . . but it just cannot be! Sheâ€™s MY grandmother!
So when I give you that look that says, “Hey, Girl, back off!”
It will do you no good to frown or to scoff.
Threaten all you want, but I wonâ€™t be scared . . . 15
. . . for she’s my grandma . . .
and she just can’t be shared!!