10 Tues. Rather cold but fine with some sunshine that could be felt in the afternoon. Cycled to Morden cat' meat shop. To florists in Coombe Lane to order a wreath for Uncle Henry's funeral. Returned along the little rail path where I saw a Pacific loco. Madge & Margaret called in evening.
11 Wed. Very cold, thick fog all day. Armistice Day: bought a poppy. To buy something for dnner also to grocers and the post office: took accumulator. Hitler orders his troops to occupy the whole of France in contravention of his terms with France. Mr.Churchill orders church bells to be rung on Sunday to celebrate our victory in North Afrtica.
12 Thur. Very cold, dull, misty. To take letter to Mrs.Child; Mrs Snudden was there. Took a book for Gladys but no one at home - put it through letter-box. To Morden cats' meat shop.