22 March 1918; Friday

Got into bed and Billy Truman pulled me out again for duty. On duty all night. A lot of cases in first thing after supper time, but not many after midnight. Got off in the morning at 7 and in bed at 8 o’clock. Awake at midday. All bearers warned to go up with Major McMee. Got up about 3 o’clock. The bearers marched off at 4. Went on duty first thing after tea. Received moving orders and moved off at about midnight by light rail. Bombed on the way but no casualties.