Up shortly after 6 o’clock and on duty. Not much to do in the ward. Off in the afternoon. Wrote letters. Wet day.
Up shortly after 6 o’clock and on parade. Not much to do. My night off. Went to Y M service with Harvey. More like a debating society than a service. Wet night. Bought some apples. Had letter enclosing photograph from Franchie Inwood.
Up about 6.15 and on duty. On in the afternoon. Told off by the M O for making a noise when he was sounding a patient. Concert at night but we didn’t stay. Wrote 4 letters.
Up at about 6 o’clock and on duty. Short letters to Ernie and Charlie in the afternoon and had short walk with Harvey. Wrote to Ernie enclosing Charlie’s letter telling of his illness1.
Up at 6 o’clock. On duty as usual. My turn on in the afternoon.
Received letter from Charlie telling me that he has had Malaria M. T.1 and is recovering. His letter is very wild and he has evidently been very ill and is still in a weak and nervous condition. Wrote to Ernie and home at once.
Up about 6 o’clock as usual. On duty. Worked until 1 o’clock and from 5. Harvey and Holman called in. Wrote to Ernie and home. Received parcel of books from home. Short walk at night with Wood. Talked about dialects after we were in bed.
Up shortly after 6 and on parade 6.30. On duty about 7. Off at 5 o’clock. Broke a clinical thermometer. Wrote letter to Charlie. Wet day. Got down about 9.30 after a short walk with Wood.
Up shortly after 6 and on parade at 6.30. Went to our ward at 7 and stayed until 5 at night. Wet day. Managed all right. Wrote letter home.
Up at about 7 o’clock. Went along to billet and got a place next to Billy. Walked out with him in the morning. Warned to go to number 18 C C S, in the afternoon after 2 o’clock. Arrived shortly after 2 o’clock and did nothing during the afternoon but look round the place. Did a little French at night and read a bit. Prospects none too pretty. Wrote home.
Went to Doullens.