Shakira Sison writes essays, fiction, and poetry. She makes and breaks bread, grows what she can, builds what she can’t, and fixes everything else.
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“The tectonic layers of our lives rest so tightly one on top of the other that we always come up against earlier events in later ones, not as a matter that has been fully formed and pushed aside, but absolutely present and alive. I understand this. . .
How to make fresh homemade pasta by hand using your sourdough discard.
Learn to see betrayal as a blessing. It keeps you from wasting any more time. – Shakira Sison via Twitter Sometimes the first boundary you
Shakira Sison quotes on financial wellness and career