Waiting tables, dyeing textiles, separating goats in heat
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Heather E. Goodman’s writing has been published in Fiction and Shenandoah. She teaches high school and lives in Pennsylvania along a creek where she sometimes catches trout but often has better luck nabbing crayfish.
When we went back outside, Tom had stopped sawing and was repotting the bare vine. “You never know,” he said. He’s right, of course. We don’t know what the world will bring, what power lies in a salvaged tomato plant, what we all do to build back, survive, thrive.