The Seattle Times - Mary Louise Seguel opens the door to her cottage. She stands slightly less than 5 feet tall, light gray hair pinned back. Her clothes are all home-sewn: pink, purple and black paisley blouse under a striped apron. Pale blue eyes reveal the feisty spirit within the 92-year-old body."Here," she says, pointing to a mixing bowl swollen with warm bread dough. "Work it." She tips the bowl so the yeasty mixture slowly slips onto a floured board. We knead the soft dough, divide it into three equal parts, and form them into loaves to rise again.