Waiting tables, dyeing textiles, separating goats in heat
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Debra Gwartney was born in Salmon, Idaho, and lived for many years on the McKenzie River in western Oregon with her husband and cat. Her newest book is the memoir I Am a Stranger Here Myself.
I couldn’t see the loaves in her oven, but I could smell them. They smelled like the perfect weight of blankets on a winter night; like the loving and attentive parents I thought I deserved; like the solution to every natty problem that might crop up in life.