I'm sure I was not the only Norwich City fan who left Carrow Road with a mixed up concoction of emotions after the defeat to Wolves.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
Before the start of this season, are there any of us Norwich City fans who would rather have been in Sheffield United's shoes than ours?
Can you believe it's only 53 days since one of the greatest victories in Norwich City's 117-year history?
It was a good day for a whole range of reasons down in Bournemouth.
For the second time this season I am worried about the Canaries.
Wow, wow, wow - and one more wow.
We've had some great defenders at our club over the years.
We all knew this season would throw up plenty of big challenges for City.
In all of Norwich City's 117-year history, there surely can never have been such positivity among fans after a 4-1 defeat.
I loved standing at the end of Saturday's game watching the amazing celebrations among the players and staff on the Carrow Road pitch.
And now you're going believe us…we're going to the Premier League!
Does this season seem like a fairy tale? It certainly does to me.
Imagine someone telling you last summer (and actually after that home drubbing by Leeds) that during the March international break City would be four points clear at the summit of the Championship.
Home may be where the heart is - but I'm increasingly believing that away is where the art is for Norwich City.
Before a ball was kicked this season, all our NCFC writers and columnists were asked where we thought the Canaries would finish at the end of the campaign.