Very feverish

Florence Vansittart Neale fitted in some sightseeing (captured enemy guns) in the middle of worring over her daughter’s flu.

4 December 1918

Edith’s birthday. All servants ill, so fetched in cooked meats from Selfridge. Then to Phyllis. She very bad this day. Could not lift head from pillow, hardly talk.

Lunched at club. Saw guns….

Went back to hospital. Felt very anxious. Stayed till 5.30. P. very feverish. Temp. high, about 104. Hardly knew what she was doing.

Diary of Florence Vansittart Neale of Bisham Abbey (D/EX73/3/17/9)

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