Up about 8 o’clock. Walked to school with Franchie1 and called at Wharnecliffe2 but Whittaker was not there. Called to see Mrs Fore†. I dressed Mr Inwood’s foot and moved off on the car. At station in good time. Left at 1.18. Spent an hour in York and called at the Minster. Arrived home at 6 o’clock and went up to Uncle George’s last thing.
On parade as usual. Field day1 in the morning. It snowed heavily and was terribly windy and we had a rough time. Had a march round by Wharncliffe afterwards. On parade as usual in the afternoon and was very tired at the end of day. Went to Inwoods’ at night and stayed until after 10 o’clock. Sat beside the fire and talked. Mrs Inwood and the other young women were at the pictures and came in late. Mr Inwood came in last of all.
Got up at 6 o’clock. Overlooked general duties. Worked about hospital. Out at night. Received 10/- pay.
Got up 6 o’clock. Paraded 6.30. Overlooked men doing general work. Went down to Inwoods’ at night and played the piano. Had very pleasant evening.
Received orders to go with Sergeant King and party to the hospital to stay. Paraded at 10.30. Arrived shortly before dinner. Got dinner and room to sleep in with Corporal Greenway. Got on all right. Out at night and wrote some letters.
At hospital in the morning. Pretty quiet all day. Wrote letters at night.
At hospital in the morning. On stable picket at night and slept in guard room.
At hospital in the morning. Lieutenant Shanks. In the town last thing and called at the Wesleyan Army later. Had supper at Soldiers’ Home. Called in public reading room.
At hospital as usual. In the X Ray Room. It was most interesting, we saw a man’s broken arm, a broken elbow, and a bullet lodged in the chest, and Lieutenant Jones’ wrist. Read a bit at night. Lieutenant Jones with us.