We looked inside some of the tweets by @bautista1612 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Here are just a few of my go-to cookbooks. Addys Cookbook, was one of my firsts. It was the story of Addy's post-slavery lessons in the kitchen. In it, all the southern dishes every young Black girl was taught by the generations of women who came before her. #ThursdayThoughts https://t.co/DGsJSalJeZ
So uncomfortable right now. Staying in a place where I was comfortable was easy. I could perfect things there. That was bull. No legacies ever came from comfort zones. They came from hardships, prison walls, questioning history, and fighting for what's right. #mondaymotivation https://t.co/Xtx7My34N0
#WCW is Alice Walker❤️ If you don't know who she is... Color Purple. The first chapter book I read as a child The best and most horrific book I ever read The illustrative storytelling of this woman was not only graphic, heart-wrenching, but also educational. #WritingCommunity https://t.co/Ob4eQvsIdu
Know what makes our country great? You Not a politician, but you. The one working tirelessly to feed your family. You are the one volunteering to carpool kids to school. You are the one working overtime stocking shelves. You are the one feeding the homeless. You. #HappyLaborDay https://t.co/Htq8FKAEjz
Cooking for two this #labordayweekend. I tried a new marinade. I love it! Why? Because it is ready to use and the bag holds 3 pounds of meat.🤤 From the fridge, to the bag, to the grill. Talk about relaxing this weekend. ⛱ #contest #complimentary #JLKraftMarinades @Influenster https://t.co/JGQcKF2YSs