Loving people forever

Lisa had a best friend. Her name was Gomie. Gomie was Lisa's grandmother. The best thing was that Gomie lived in Lisa's house, so Lisa could go visit her any time she wanted. Gomie's room was one of Lisa's favorite places in the world. It always seemed full of light and smelled of Gomie's perfume, which was called "Quelque fleurs." Gomie didn't have any trouble keeping her room neat, so there was always a place to sit down. But the best part of visiting Gomie's room was that she noticed when Lisa appeared at her door. If Gomie was writing a letter, her pen would stop. If she was reading, the book would close. If she was doing needlework, the crochet hook would drop in her lap. When Gomie smiled at Lisa, it was always with a very deep sigh, as if there was nothing more wonderful to her than the sight of Lisa standing in her doorway.

There were always things to talk about with Gomie, and so Lisa spent a lot of time with her just chatting. Gomie loved the Bible very much and was always ready to talk about a story or Bible verse she'd been thinking about. Lisa loved these times. There was so much happiness in their friendship.

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