Terrible performance last night from Imaginary Madrid. After two great wins, we did what most sports commentators call 'capitulating', even though they don't actually know what that means.
The opposition was strong, we were rubbish, we lost 8-1. That's the whole story. Though I do think I personally played quite well.
To console myself I've completely rearranged my desk, creating a mirror-image of what it was before. It's not quite a perfect mirror-image, because I can't get the writing on all my books to become mirror-writing.
Talking of books: as I lay in bed last night I struck on a brilliant idea for a novel. I love it. I'm going to write it, but there are two other novels I want to write first, so ask me about it in a couple of years.
Oh, and aren't fajitas tasty? Try this:
Chicken strips, marinated in a mix of soy sauce, mirin, strips of fresh chillie, lime juice, lemon juice and seasoned with pepper. Fried with baby tomatoes and onions, then wrapped in a flour tortilla with sour cream, avocado, strips of red pepper, crumbled cheese (whatever is your favourite) and fresh coriander.
Use free-range chicken - even if only because it's tastier.