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Chapter 2 - (VERSO)

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figure kneeling by the window in the soft starshine; and the Old Lady knelt down then and there and said her own prayers in fellowship. She said the simple form of words she had always used; but a new spirit seemed to inspire them; and she finished with a new petition — “let me think of something I can do for her, dear Father — some little, little thing that I can do for her.”

The Old Lady had slept in the same room all her life — the one looking north into the spruces — and loved it; but the next day she moved into the spare room without a regret. It was to be her room after this; she must


From "Old Lady Lloyd."