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Beautiful Brunch at Poppy Seed, Newtown

Last Sunday, we went out looking for a classy but not over the top breakfast spot with solid vegan options. We found all that and more at Poppy Seed, nested on a quiet Newtown side street.

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    She demands answers to questions she doesn’t know how can she be 4?

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  • Haiku 2

    Frazzle-haired young man Did your mother comb your hair? I can’t remember

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About Me

Hi, I’m Angie, founder of Angie Eats

I am a cookbook author, food blogger, and content creator, exploring food from all over the world. Expect delicious recipes, restaurant reviews, and an occasional video! I hope you enjoy!

LIFESTYLE

  • Haiku 1

    1800s school you’ve seen so many faces which was your favorite?

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    “The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new.” -Osho

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  • Motherhood is Messy

    September 16, 2018|MOTHERHOOD (Originally posted on Authenticfamily.org) Photo Credit (my kids pictured): Chels E. Photography, St. Louis, MO It’s been one of those days where every pen in the house seems to be without ink. Every game my daughter has chosen to play involves a thousand pieces, a million clippings of paper. My attention has […]

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  • The Baby Who Rests, Somewhere

    Recent discussions and the passing of the law to abort late-term in New York has me saddened, heartbroken. In praying and pondering, I was inspired to write a poem to honor those precious lives lost too soon– 50 million in the US since 1973. (Abortion was the leading cause of worldwide death in 2018.) The Baby […]

    READ MORE

  • Spark Joy; A Christian Response to Marie Kondo’s Tidying Up

    Part 1: It’s Always Been About the Heart; God Said it First How I Came to Get Rid of 50 Trash bags of Stuff Three Years Ago When Marie Kondo’s show recently came out on Netflix I was excited, having been a fan of her book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art […]

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