7 January 2016
18-19 April 1946: hot cross bun queue
18 Thur. Rather cold, dismal morning: rain but clearing by afternoon with a small amount of sun, chilly E wind. To butchers to buy cooked brisket. To Merton in afternoon to buy fish. Started weeding the onion bed. Cousin Maud called in evening.
19 Good Friday. Cold morning, becoming milder; brilliant sunshine all day but chilly wind. Stood in a queue for hot cross buns. Weeded the onion seedlings. Painted part of the skirting in the sitting room. Laurie brought some fish pieces.
Posted by Tony