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  1. s-j

    Dude, that should terrifying! Good job not bursting into tears!

  2. Theresa

    You had me at peanut butter. That sounds like an exciting adventure. Coming from a place that gets vurrry snowy, I can’t help but giggle at your predicament 😉

  3. Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella

    LOL at cornbread! reminds me of Seinfeld and George calling his kid Soda or Seven 🙂 I guess I never really thought about the fact that we just silently get a fine in the mail. None of this tv cop stopping you and asking to see “License and registration ma’am” stuff! Good to hear that it was reduced in the end 🙂

  4. Simply Life

    oh that cornbread looks great! 🙂

  5. Hannah

    S-J: I honestly think it was only the knowledge of future Starbucks and Toys-R-Us-Scrabble-purchasing that prevented my friend and me from running back to her apartment and, indeed, crying into pints of ice-cream.

    Theresa: I don’t know how people cope with this predicament on a regular basis! I’ve been secretly harbouring a desire to live in Boston/New York/DC/Chicago, but I don’t know if I could do it. Might have to focus on my Austin love 😀 Oh, except for the whole non-green-card-impossible-visa issue.

    Lorraine: I don’t know which is worse – seeing the flashing lights behind, or the strike of fear one gets everytime there’s a Department of Registration yada yada letter in the mailbox, even when it turns out to be innocuous!

    Simply Life: It was so good! Though a little too sweet to work with the chili I intended to eat it with. But that was fine, it just seemed like having dinner and dessert in one! 😀

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