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  1. whisperinggums

    Ooh a dress! Good for you! Can’t wait to see it – is it a wintry wonder or do you have to wait until warmer times to wear it?

  2. Louise

    Hmmm, once again, peanut and chocolate is not an edible food combination, no matter how much banana you put in it.

    Am very excited to find out about the hush, hush blog action. When do we get to know? And can it be more exciting than free chocolates?

    1. whisperinggums

      Agree Louise … it doesn’t appeal to me at all … but a chacun son gout (as they say).

  3. L-Izzle

    Aw. This makes me feel warm and fuzzy 🙂 Glad you’re so happy. But remember – in those moments when you want to stay – that people miss you here!!!!
    (I do realise that I have more contact with you *NOW* than I ever did when you were a few suburbs away, but shhh. It’s made me realise we should spend more real-life time together!)

    Very excited and intrigued by these “opportunities” of which you speak. Veeeery.

  4. Amy

    🙂 very excited about your new drees and now that you have admitted taking photos of said dress in the change room surely there can be no harm in posting the pics

    re: blog opportunities Go Hannah!! … and request more info as soon as hush hushness has passed

  5. Iron Chef Shellie

    That would be an interesting combination.. I sometimes have nutella with peanut butter, but never thought to introduce a banana flavour in there too!

    Cute dog though =D

  6. Lauren

    It’s kind of like “BOE-wees,” in the most redneck accent you can imagine.

  7. Hannah

    Whisperinggums: I think it is a bit of a wintry wonder if one wears it with tights/stockings, but I’m counting on Florida’s 20 celsius weather in two weeks time!

    Louise: I fear I shall have to give up on converting you to the glory that is peanut butter and chocolate. You wouldn’t even be tempted by the jar of peanut butter with chocolate chip cookie dough? What about savoury peanut butter with spices in it?

    I personally think the hush hush event is even more exciting than free chocolate, but I shall be interested to see what my lovely readers have to say about it!

    L-Izzle: Love! Thank you 🙂 I feel an internet hug is in order. Also, yes, I remember mentioning to a friend, even when I was still in Canberra, that I seemed to have made an “internet friend” who lived four minutes’ drive from me. I look forward to in-person fun upon my return.

    Amy: I do feel you’ll be in my excited-camp about the upcoming events! You shall have to wait a few weeks, though. Also, I’m still debating whether to put up the silly photo… Part of me desires external corroboration that it wasn’t a silly purchase, the other part fears looking ridiculous…

    Iron Chef Shellie: Isn’t he gorgeous? And the friendliest dog! All you had to do was call “Doc” and he’d come running to lie down on your lap. Nutella and peanut butter is certainly a winning combination – personally I like to buy PB & Co’s Dark Chocolate Dreams, so that the chocolate and peanut butter have already been mixed for me 😀 Laziness ahoy!

    Lauren: That’s a perfect way of explaining it. I was actually trying to think of a way of phrasing it phonetically but gave up, and now you’ve come and saved the day! 🙂 (But don’t you mean “bogan”?)

  8. L-Izzle

    Awww much e-love back at you 🙂 If nothing else, I’m pleased to know I’ve found a grocery shopping companion. I have a hunch some delicious-seeking roadtrips might be in order 😀 😀

  9. Helen (grabyourfork)

    omg that jar of pb looks very spoon-able! and i’m sure that’s the intent of mini portions – lessen the guilt but increase the overall consumption! lol

  10. Louise

    Oh no Hannah, you won’t convert me. I decided years ago that I didn’t like it. And I’m old enough now to be opinionated, curmudgeonly, stuck in my ways, and in a few short years will be old enough to be eccentric. And I don’t eat normal peanut butter straight from the jar…… happy to slather it on bread and butter of course, but straight from the jar, well that just isn’t right either.

    1. whisperinggums

      Oh Hannah, she’s right – I wouldn’t try to change HER mind, not without plying her with a lot of Dom or Moet first, anyhow! 🙂

  11. Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella

    Some exciting news for your blog? Sounds fabulous and we can’t wait to hear more! 🙂

  12. Hannah

    Helen: So spoonable. Though slightly less so than the cookie dough version, but that’s because I still can’t make my mind up about bananas…

    And who doesn’t like an excuse to increase overall consumption? 😛

    Louise: I live for the day I can call myself curmudgeonly. I fear, though, that my tendency towards cross-stitching will make me bypass “curmudeonly” and end up at “doddery” when the time comes.

    Whisperinggums: I think my budget would only stretch to Aussie sparkling.

    Lorraine: I hope so! Golly, I’ve set myself up for a fall now, haven’t I? It’s less an opportunity for my blog than one that’s emerged through it… i.e. no plethora of press mentions for this little blogger, unlike SOME people I might mention 😛