11 Nov 1943, W J Carrie's wartime diary | Gwulo: Old Hong Kong

11 Nov 1943, W J Carrie's wartime diary

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Thu, 11 Nov 1943

I got out of hospital this afternoon - just 10 days there. "Be it ever so humble there is no place like home".  - I never thought I'd ever welcome returning to this little "cell" as "home". I had a frightful chill - and after the fever went my face broke out horribly with herpes. But it's nearly better now.  No word yet if I am to be included but I'm pretty sure I will be. Poor Dora is very disappointed - for I don't think she or Margery will be included. Mrs Tinson is going (as a war widow) - and as Mrs Fairburn went with the Canadians - that is 2 out of the 4 gone and naturally Dora feels being left all the more.  I think there will be another ship or another trip on the same ship soon after the New Year - I do hope so for the food situation gets no better and even if some supplies come with this ship they won't last very long.

How I hope I'm going to get away - this chill has pulled me down a bit - I must weigh myself again tomorrow -.  I've told Seth too that I can't carry on with the auctions - I have no energy to do anything now. Well we must just hope on. 

                                                                   Goodnight L.O. - I do so hope I'm going to see you soon.     B.