Still fearful amount of work to do, and altogether displeased at breakfast as Mrs Payne in jolliest of moods on account of quite prodigious amount of sleep. Said at length was still rather stiff however. Quite ignored these complaints with quiet annoyance.
Other half helped Mrs Payne to armchair before leaving for work. Almost immediately Mrs Payne asked could I see about some tea.
Tea having been brought, said had not a jot of time to waste, was going to work, would have to fend for herself. At this went upstairs for work, with Mrs Payne shouting after me,
"What about the biscuits? I say, biscuits!".