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  1. L-Engineer

    Ah well, just keep eating the cardboardy stuff. You know it’s good for you, and life WILL return to normal.

  2. Johanna GGG

    soup and lemonade for comfort is what you need and as you are in germany some of those bland carby dumplings – but what I really love about germany is the bread and the bakeries – sorry to hear you can’t smell them – but glad that eloquence on chocolate has not deserted you

  3. croquecamille

    I’m working on that tomacco plant, but I don’t know if it will be ready in time for your arrival… 😉

  4. Simply Life

    ha, wouldn’t that be nice if it said your name in it?! but then I might hesitate to eat it!

  5. Hannah

    L.Engineer: I will. And thank you – it is nice to hear rational reassurance!

    Johanna: Oh, thank you! It’s hard trying to write well when my head is this fuzzy. I feel like I will happily trade in German food so long as I can splurge in Paris and Italy… knock on wood! (And I drank a litre of Sprite today – following both your and my mother’s advice!)

    Camille: You just gave me one of my first real laughs of the past few days. 😀 Translation: I have faith in your green thumbs.

    Simply Life: I think I would be terrified if I opened a chocolate bar to find my name stamped on it!!

  6. Amber Shea (Almost Vegan)

    I agree, Munich is super-clean and quite safe-feeling.
    Did you happen to see the House of Amber in the Marienplatz? 😛

  7. Laura @ Hungry and Frozen

    Aw, hope you’re feeling better soon. I get a bit panicky when I can’t smell and taste things, am NO fun to be around when I have a cold 🙂 This chocolate looks amazing, and I love how you describe its flavours!

  8. Hannah

    Amber: It certainly must be, if that’s how you feel after visiting during Oktoberfest! Though I must admit, my comments were more to do with my lack of smell and hearing – but now that I think about it, you’re right…

    Laura: Thank you! And I’m actually rather relieved to hear other people get down when they’re sick like this too – I’ve been feeling so badly about being a negative nancy, which really only makes me more of a negative nancy! 😛

  9. Hannah

    Amber: And no, I didn’t! Did you set up a shop of your very own in Germany? 😛 What does it sell?

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