Losing them, fixing them, forgetting to put them in
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Betsy Sharp lives on Waldron Island off the coast of Washington State, where she writes, sculpts, and catches frogs on the front porch. “Profit and Loss” is her first published piece.
When you have grown from infancy to adulthood in one home. . . . The shape of the rooms becomes indistinguishable from the shape of one’s consciousness. I’m thirty-four years old, and that house and land are still the setting for half my dreams each night.