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Bottle green knickers.

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Bottle green knickers.

 

I had to wear school uniform at my secondary school.. and actually I didn’t mind too much; it was simple to get dressed and green is my favourite colour, and I even like the bottle green of our uniform. We had plain green skirts, white blouses or white or pale blue polo shirts, green tie with a light blue stripe, and a bottle green jumper or cardigan. There were all sorts of rules about indoor and outdoor shoes, lengths of skirts (when mini-skirts were in) but on the whole I thought it was a sensible and practical uniform. We also had games kit, green divided skirts, airtex tops… and bottle green knickers…

So it was only right that when our school year had a reunion celebrating our time at The Cambridgeshire County High School for Girls, we should have a cake with a particular design:

Mrs Johnson (English) Miss Rothery (PE) and Mrs Mumby (History) cut the cake.

About Lois

Find me at: www.loiselsden.com I am a writer living in the west of England, and have just published my latest novel, Magick, the second book in the Radwinter series. You can find all my novels on Amazon as e-books. I hope my blog will engage you with my other interests, music, family history and food... Most of all I hope you engage with my writing and my thoughts on the process... at least on my process!!

8 responses »

  1. You can watch a really beautiful cake. Too bad I can not taste, exquisite green, for us the green color of hope …

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  2. I really can say that I don’t think I have ever seen a cake with a pair of knickers on top of it before!

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  3. Omg, I had to wear bottle green knickers too – thick and all-consuming ones! It’s left me with an emotional inability to wear anything flimsy now!

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  4. Cute idea – I hope the cake was good!

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