Dense fog in the morning with the sun piercing through like a dim half sovereign. I though the fog would clear but it did only slightly + there was scarcely a blink of sun all day. It was fairly nice however. Had very little to do. Met Dav. at the Home + gave Jean Oliver gas to examine her knee which D. thinks is beginning to anchylose [ankylose]. Went on to Forest Mill, Spion Kop + Curror Street. Saw one or two in afternoon. Felt a little dyspeptic at night. Dav. [Graham] was at Broadmeadows + Newarkburn + then at Borthwickbrae + Borthwickshiels. Baptie driving him in the Swift.
[Source: Scottish Borders Archives & Local History Service SBA/657/23, Dr J S Muir of Selkirk, medical practitioner, journal for 1920]