Sunday, 6 September 2009

Week of 4 June 1945

Monday, 4 June
Great Wenham Hall
Unsettled day with many showers, but we managed to put in some satisfactory hoeing in the front of the house after tea. I enjoyed it very much and felt more vigour than I have done for some time.
Listened in to the Prime Minister's address after supper.

Tuesday 5 June
Another day of rain with bright intervals. I enjoyed some gardening and felt in good spirits.
Listened in to Mr Atlee's address on the wireless.

Wednesday, 6 June
Almost continuous day of rain till after tea when I was able to clean the bed in front of the garden door, and plant some asters.

Thursday, 7 June
Rain at first but cleared into a sunny day.We had a busy morning collecting garden produce for Bet to take up to town this afternoon. She biked to Bentley station after lunch, and later Dick and Daphne Pemberton turned up to tea. It was very pleasant. I did some hoeing and felt very well.

Friday, 8 June
Medium sort of day. Phyllis looked after the children. Hester and Awly rang up in the evening and had a phone talk with Alice!

Saturday, 9 June
Weather still cool and unsettled. Phyllis went out to a party in the afternoon and I looked after Alice and Barnaby, both as good as gold. Bet turned up soon after tea. The children had been enchanted with everything including the film of Henry V.
A fine firework display in the camp [?]. I could see some of it from a front window. The first I had seen of course since the war.

Sunday, 10 June
An unpleasant day with a lot of rain morning and evening, but it cleared in the afternoon and Bet and I did some hoeing in the front of the house. In the morning I went to church opposite and stayed for the Communion Service.

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