If you take the first letters from the above words, you get RMIT – which is where I will be going next semester to learn all about fashion and textiles merchandising.
Going back to school as a mature aged student can be really daunting. It has thrown up lots of questions though, like, do girls still wear schooldresses in the middle of winter? And, like, is it okay to pass notes in class yet? And most importantly, have they come up with a method of testing our learning that does not, like, involve a test?
Oh, and does everyone still say ‘like’ in the middle of their sentences?
I used to wear knee high school to school, but these days I think thigh high is trendier.
American Apparel do a great selection that you can find here… http://store.americanapparel.com.au/accessories-thigh-highs.html
You may also have read about the controversy surrounding these shots and the models who posed for them. What do you think? Mia Freedman also weighed in on the debate and you can read her blog here…http://tr.im/oKkE
While you are looking thigh high socks and dreaming up excuses like ‘the dog ate my homework’, try some sandwich sushi. Perfect for lunchboxes and blogging alike.
8 slices sandwich white or wholemeal
bread, crusts removed
310g can creamed corn
4 large thin slices double smoked ham
1 small carrot, peeled, grated
1 small Lebanese cucumber, peeled,
cut into long strips
200g can salmon in oil, drained, flaked
2 tablespoons whole-egg mayonnaise
2 to 3 iceberg lettuce leaves, washed,
dried, finely shredded
1 small avocado, cut into long strips
Place bread onto a flat surface. Use a rolling pin to flatten bread slightly. Spread corn over 4 slices, leaving a 2cm strip free of filling along 1 edge. Top with ham, carrot and cucumber. Roll up to enclose filling. Cut each sandwich into 3 rounds.
Place salmon and mayonnaise into a bowl. Mix gently to combine. Arrange lettuce over remaining 4 slices of bread, leaving a 2cm strip free of filling along 1 edge. Top with salmon mixture and avocado. Roll up to enclose filling. Cut each sandwich into 3 rounds.
Wrap all sandwiches in plastic wrap. Store in the fridge until ready to pack into lunch boxes.
Thanks to taste.com for recipe