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  1. msihua

    I wants to hug Jedda!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Emma

    Aww look at that little demon, with the flouncy feet and ears.

    And stay off that ocean bottom:) There’s nothing down there but those funny angler fish that try to lure you in with their oh-so-seductive dangly things – don’t be fooled!

  3. Sarah

    “there is no sin in anything that shines that fucking much”

    How amazing is that line?!

  4. Cait's Plate

    You made that dessert!? It looks amazing. I always start out with an idea of what I’m going to write about in my head and then the post takes on a life of it’s own! Haha.

  5. juniakk @ mis pensamientos

    awww i hope you are doing okay…~~

  6. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Obviously, you are the hero of this tale – saving the innocent party-goers from the horrors of burnt edges! There is no sin in anything that tastes that fucking good.

  7. Lauren

    More poetry, please! I like these kind of posts. Do them more often, and appease the tasteless masses with gratuitous shots of flourless chocolate cake, if necessary.

  8. Errign

    The sin line is just beyond epic. Your doggy is super cuteeee!

  9. Kath (My Funny Little Life)


    Sometimes, meaning just strikes us with a vengeance.

  10. Lizzi

    Moons shine and that’s cool n stuff, but you are my sunshine, and you absolutely GLOWWWWWWWWWWWWW.

  11. Priyanka

    “The moon will not be patrolled and she shines free and fearless and there is no sin in anything that shines that fucking much.” Love this line!

  12. Adrian (Food Rehab)

    Ha! “eat the evidence” – love the way you think  My friends still bag me about the time I made a cake but decided to eat half. I seriously couldn’t stop myself so I ended up coming over to their house with a half cake. So bad.

  13. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Oh, this is touching and warm and heartbreaking. Sending you hugs, Hannah bug! Beautiful quotes.
    Heidi xo

  14. Johanna GGG

    I would eat burnt bits to clean up a slice. I would laugh at the dancing demon dog. I just wish I also had the energy to read such lovely books!

  15. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    But it’s Friday! You can write about anything because of course the next day is the weekend and we love weekends 😀

  16. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    You know what? I’m kind of glad you did 🙂 But I hope you’re ok – beautiful quotes and beautiful writing, but I fingernails in palms make me worry! xx

  17. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    I LOVE that quote! Now I’m going to have to download the book. 🙂

  18. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Eating the evidence is ALWAYS the best way to fix [food] mistakes. 🙂
    And, I like those quotes as well, especially the first – is that a book, or an essay, or what?

  19. Monique

    Cute dog 🙂 And that sounds like a really interesting read!

  20. Margaret

    Your puppy looks very pleased. I call dogs of all ages puppies because puppy is a much nicer word than dog, and also dogs remain child-like and adorable their entire life, so surely puppy is a much more appropriate name!

    My mum looked after my puppy while I was in Melbourne and she just confessed she was feeding him smoked salmon and cream cheese sandwiches??!!

  21. sophia

    I LOVE that first quote, and not just because it has an f-bomb in it. We should all be the moon– though if we’re gonna get technical, it is a holey rock with no shine to it….

  22. Shannon

    <3 That is all, my friend.

  23. Agnes

    Don’t go sinking too far into memories. Make new ones. We can only go forward. xx

  24. Jerome Pink

    🙂 happy face.

  25. whisperinggums

    Oh Hannah, I’m glad you like that book but do get the fingernails out of your palm …! Be gentle with yourself.

  26. Anna Johnston

    Bestie Darlin! I sure am hoping you’ve jumped out of the funk you were in on Friday and are now feeling better. Sending you hugs, stay warm my dearest. And, take a day to get better you hear. Love Love. Xxx

  27. Tori

    Sometimes I enjoy a good wallow, myself.
    But aside from being a little depressing, how’s that book?

  28. Sig

    I’ve probably spent the better part of my morning reading your blog and it’s made my day just that little better…I mean you food, humour, fantastic writing and CHOCOLATE. I am rather ashamed to call myself a chocolate lover now.

    *Bows down to the Queen*

    But then you go ahead and bring this post with that line and I think I am in love.
    I’m sitting in a far away country, away from my beloved Melbourne, my loves and wanting to simultaneously bury myself in the covers of my bed or run or…something. Loved it. Hope you’re feeling better now as well 🙂

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  32. Eileen Fuller

    Would really love to buy some Gin and Tonic chocolate for my friend who loves her G+T How does one do this please, Hannah. Loved reading your comments on everything. x