14 Thur. Rather cold, a little fairer after a terrible night of torrential rain and thunderous wind. Did local shopping and went a little way along rail-path just in time to see the Pacific. Met Mrs. Child and Jennefer. The Conley children brought a parcel that the postman had left there for us as I was out at the time.
15 Fri. Rather cold, dull morning, sunny afternoon, moonlight night. Bought the meat and other things in morning. Went along the rail-path as far as Merton Hall Road bridge; saw the Pacific 21C8. Went in to see Aunt Liza who is ill in bed and later went into Cheam and Sutton Hospital. Am on fire-duty tonight but do not go out unless there is a warning; up to the time of writing only aircraft and searchlight practice by our own men has eventuated.