18 April 1916; Tuesday

Paraded at 9 for field day1. I was in charge of the transport waggon and an ambulance van. Managed dinner2 better this go†3. Walked into town at night with Green. Wrote some letters at the Wesleyan room.

  1. “Field day”, now usually used metaphorically to describe a good day, is used here in its original, literal sense to mean a day spent in field activities. 

  2. “Dinner” means lunch. 

  3. Presumably better than on 11 April