3rd February 1962


It has been a week of more variety than usual.  There was an Underground strike on Monday so I got to work by bus to Barking station and caught the steamer.  I’ve never been in work so early.  Never again!

There has been a smallpox case in Rainham.  Too close for comfort so I enquired about vaccination.  I was a martyr and had the injection and had my hair cut on the same day.  (Not at the same place!)

We went to see Marjorie and Bill and I took the cardigans I had knitted for her parents.  I was paid by cheque so more to go into the savings.

Friday we took Jennifer to see The Young Ones.  I paid.  It cost me a pound!


This evening Alan left it up to me where to go.  So we stayed in.

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