Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Monday April 17, 1933

Got up, met the boys at Linwood St. Station at 5:30, came to Base at 6:45. Cleaned up and got lined up and got another injection in my right arm which was a honey. Got a letter from M.A. with sad news for me but it didn't bother me much. It was something that could be expected. Answered M.A. letter thanking her. Listened to lecture from Medical Surfgeon about health and how to keep fit. Felt sick all afternoon on account of injections. Went home, spoke to Pauline, went home and got to bed at 9:15.

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