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photos; tubingen


When Paul moved to Tubingen I went to visit in early December. Tubingen is lovely and tiny, and Schwarzes Schaf is one of my favourite cafes.

Earlier in the same week I watched Der Lauf der Dinge and it’s become one of my favourite things ever. There’s lots of things on the internet that I would consider important in the history of things that I love. Der Lauf der Dinge is definitely one of them.


On the weekend I visited there happened to be some sort of food festival in Tubingen. I think it was a chocolate festival. Paul and I went on the Sunday, I think, and there was one stall that sold the most amazing truffle pasta I’d ever tasted. 


I still think about that truffle pasta. 


It was a good weekend. 


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My life kind of works in a 5 or 6 year cycle. My melancholy comes and goes, and it seems to appear whenever my situation is about to change drastically. There doesn’t seem to be much I can do about it, but I don’t really mind. It’s a little bit like a pause in my life, when I retreat into myself for a while to take a breather. 


It’s almost kind of nice if I can manage to do it without burning bridges, which is something I’ve been trying to avoid my whole life. 


I may end up being very mellow after being in Europe, so that may be a thing to look out for. I shouldn’t be under any stress too serious. 



Keine Ragrets, 

Annie.

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