1st December 1942

By lunch time, the sky clouded over, and by 4 o’clock there was a fine cold drizzle beginning.  There was an alarm at 4.30, as I was half expecting there would be, but nothing came over.  I did not fear bombs very much, as the Germans seem to be only machine-gunning recently, which is nothing like so terrifying.

Joy picked me up at 5 o’clock with the car, and we stopped at Marriage’s Mill for a moment.  I then heard a plane go over very low in the rain, but nothing happened.  The ‘all-clear’ sounded as we went through Parsons Heath. 

Heavy rain now, and has been all the evening.  Hope it is a fine day tomorrow.

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