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  1. whisperinggums

    Love the photo of the choc’s bottom – but, was the link supposed to go to an actual artwork? I don’t think it does…

  2. Laura @ Hungry and Frozen

    Ooh, quinoa in chocolate – interesting! I love that they fund art education, that’s my kind of chocolate. And I think people can encompass many different ages in one body, I definitely know the feeling of fluctuating between 85 year old to 4 year old 🙂

  3. Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella

    Quinoa crisps!? Wow, I didn’t know you could do that. The pattern of the quinoa in the chocolate reminds me of an aboriginal painting! 🙂

  4. croquecamille

    Mmmm. High-end Nestle’s Crunch. And quinoa is totally healthy, right? 😉

  5. Simply Life

    wow, with quinoa – that’s new to me! I bet I’d like that added crunch!

  6. Hannah

    Whisperinggums: No, the art insert is in the photo above – but I’ve rephrased my words so that what I mean is clearer, hopefully.

    Laura: Good to know I’m not alone 🙂 It’s funny, though, because the age I almost never feel is the age I am. I feel like I’m doing life all wonky!

    Lorraine: Wow, you’re right! It does look like a dot painting!

    Camille: Nestle Crunch, that’s the chocolate I was trying to think of the name of! And indeedy quinoa is healthy – the Mother grain, complete protein, calcium, amino acids (at least, I think those are correct)!

    Simply Life: Well, I bought this in America, so you might find it one day!

  7. Hannah

    Whisperinggums: No, the art insert is in the photo above – but I’ve rephrased my words so that what I mean is clearer, hopefully.

    Laura: Good to know I’m not alone 🙂 It’s funny, though, because the age I almost never feel is the age I am. I feel like I’m doing life all wonky!

    Lorraine: Wow, you’re right! It does look like a dot painting!

    Camille: Nestle Crunch, that’s the chocolate I was trying to think of the name of! And indeedy quinoa is healthy – the Mother grain, complete protein, calcium, amino acids (at least, I think those are correct)!

    Simply Life: Well, I bought this in America, so you might find it one day!

  8. Lauren

    Thanks for correcting my pronunciation of quinoa. I eat it frequently, but have only read it in newspapers…

  9. Hannah

    Lauren: You’re most welcome! Now, while we’re at it, the *correct* way to pronounce ceremony is “cera-mun-ee”, not “cera-moan-ee”. That’s one you’ll have to get right if you ever want to gain entrance into my parents’ (or grandparents’, for that matter) house. Say it with me! 😀

  10. Hannah

    Lauren: You’re most welcome! Now, while we’re at it, the *correct* way to pronounce ceremony is “cera-mun-ee”, not “cera-moan-ee”. That’s one you’ll have to get right if you ever want to gain entrance into my parents’ (or grandparents’, for that matter) house. Say it with me! 😀

  11. Fiona

    pfft just never say “pro – nounce – iation” instead of “pro nun ciation” around me. I may hit you

    Plus the chocolate looks awesome.

  12. Fiona

    pfft just never say “pro – nounce – iation” instead of “pro nun ciation” around me. I may hit you

    Plus the chocolate looks awesome.

  13. Hannah

    Fiona: You’re a woman after my own heart 🙂

  14. Hannah

    Fiona: You’re a woman after my own heart 🙂

  15. Bonnie Velaquez

    Hehe! That’s awesome about the chocolate, however I don’t think I’d be able to track it down in my little town(I live in Longview, TX). As for the fluctuating ages I totally get it, sometimes I’m 9 and sometimes I’m 90. ;D
    However, if I do get my hands on this chocolate I will let you know what I think.

  16. Hannah

    Bonnie: Well, at least you live in the country where this is available! Now that I’m back in Australia, I don’t have a chance of finding it anywhere 🙁 I’d love to know what you think if you ever do find it… and whether the 9yo or 90yo in you likes it more 😀

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