Saturday 20th June 2020

Lockdown day 96!


I saw myself as dead within the clouds just before I took this picture I even had my hat on.
This lockdown sickness is as bad as the sickness itself.
Terrible dreams and a tremendous headache this morning.
I cannot escape my bed.
I see dead people all the time and one of them is me.
I see my mom on her deathbed in the clouds and hear the nurses telling me not to when I ask should I bring a change of clothes.
Terrible dreams.
Three men trying to steal my fathers car.
Fire fighting in a school taking two different hose rolls and trying to explain to the D.O why I had done this.
Trying to find the fire in a toilet block with many rooms all the same.
A trip to a concert at Wembley where the tickets cost £1000. I ended up in a boxing match in an antique museum or shop. I can’t get out of bed now.
Headache terrible. Jam tomorrow.
Mad World
Roland Orzabal
All around me are familiar faces
Worn out places, worn out faces
Bright and early for their daily races
Going nowhere, going nowhere
Their tears are filling up their glasses
No expression, no expression
Hide my head, I want to drown my sorrow
No tomorrow, no tomorrow
And I find it kinda funny, I find it kinda sad
The dreams in which I’m dying are the best I’ve ever had
I find it hard to tell you, I find it hard to take
When people run in circles it’s a very very
Mad world, mad world
Children waiting for the day, they feel good
Happy birthday, happy birthday
Made to feel the way that every child should
Sit and listen, sit and listen
Went to school and I was very nervous
No one knew me, no one knew me
Hello teacher, tell me what’s my lesson
Look right through me, look right through me
And I find it kinda funny, I find it kinda sad
The dreams in which I’m dying are the best I’ve ever had
I find it hard to tell you, I find it hard to take
When people run in circles it’s a very very
Mad world, mad world
Enlarge your world
Mad world

Spurs 1 Man utd 1 

last nights game played to an empty house.

Steven Bergwijn gave Tottenham a 1-0 lead with an exquisite solo effort as Jose Mourinho’s side resumed their Premier League campaign against Manchester United on Friday night.

The forward – who joined Tottenham in a £27million transfer from PSV in January – made an instant impact on his arrival with a phenomenal debut goal against Premier League champions Manchester City.

The Dutchman’s season looked to have been cut short after suffering an ankle injury against Burnley in March, however, with Mourinho struggling for options following injuries to both Harry Kane and Heung-min Son.


The three-month enforced lay-off due to the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic afforded Bergwijn, alongside both Kane and Son, ample time to recover.

The 22-year-old was thrust straight into the action with Tottenham’s Champions League hero Lucas Moura sidelined with a knock suffered in training.

And it’s fair to say, he didn’t disappoint. With United arguably on top, Bergwijn picked the ball up after an important interception by Serge Aurier, before bursting towards Harry Maguire.

The Dutchman eased past the England international, before smashing the ball goalwards. David de Gea – who should have done better – could only parry the shot into the roof of the net.


That’s now three goals from three home games for Bergwijn, who looks to be settling into life at Tottenham. The Dutchman becomes the first Tottenham player to record such a feat since Rafael van der Vaart.

Yes, it’s just one-half of football played, but Tottenham and Mourinho will be hugely encouraged by the forward’s performance.


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