1 Pelham Place
Colder and some rain. Mr Loveday from St Maily's [?] came at 10 o'clock and gave Mabel, Enid and myself the Holy Communion. It was a very nice service. Afterwards I went to Foyles's in Charing Cross Road and got a few second-hand Victorian novels for Anne to take to Braintree with her. Then on to the National Gallery midday concert - The Rosé String Quartet. They played a lovely Brahms quartet, also one by an unknown composer - Dittersdorf.
I felt desperately tired and came back and rested during the afternoon. Enid and I had tea together.
I had supper at No. 6.