Riveted by Stamford Bridge cracker
Well, Chelsea and Liverpool certainly showed me didn't they?
I'm sure I wasn't alone in being a little disappointed when the Champions League draw paired these two together for the fourth time in five seasons.
Sure, there have been exciting moments such as Luis Garcia's controversial goal and the penalty shoot-out two years ago.
But I certainly didn't think we would see more goals than last year's 4-3 victory for Chelsea.
After Chelsea's convincing win at Anfield last week I suppose we knew that Liverpool would go to Stamford Bridge and have a right good go, but 7-5 on aggregate?
I never saw that coming!
Chelsea goalkeeper Peter Cech has come in for a bit of criticism recently after a shaky performance in the almost near collapse against Bolton on Saturday.
And he didn't exactly cover himself in glory last night.
I tend to give credit to the individual who creates or scores the goal as opposed to pointing the finger at mistakes.
While I take my hat off to Liverpool's Fabio Aurelio for his brilliant set-piece I just can't understand Cech's own positioning, or that of the player in the "one-man wall" that the keeper set up.
I'll be having a little word with our goalkeeper Dougie Calder when I'm in Stranraer for the reserve game tonight to get his take on it.
It's looking like a two-horse race between Cowdenbeath and Dumbarton for the championship with up to five others battling it out for the remaining two play-off positions.
We're currently sitting in pole position to secure the final place and we could yet have a say in the destination of the title when Dumbarton travel to our place on the final day of the season.
I'm finally ready to admit that we have been talking about what we can and want to achieve this season.
I must stress that this has only been between the players because the management team of Harry Cairney and Derek Townsley have been great in playing everything down and telling us just to relax and enjoy our football.
Whatever happens between now and 9 May we can certainly hold our heads high after a remarkable season.
However, I'm sure if we fail to reach the play-offs, deep down you will find nothing but disappointment amongst the players and staff at the club.
Although to a certain extent we have been punching above our weight in the division, there has always been a great belief within the squad that we could do well.
Like most of the teams in the league we've been through a tough patch, but hopefully that belief in ourselves has been illustrated in our performances and results.
I'll make no apologies, but I'm going to finish off this week with a bit of a moan.
The reason being that it was actually Graeme Bell doing the moaning about this thorny issue - although it does concern me as well!
There have been several times this season when the stadium announcer has got the substitute's name mixed up with the number.
Firstly, no player is happy with being on the bench but it's even worse when he doesn't even get credit for coming on and playing his part.
Fast forward to Saturday's game with East Stirling - Belly and I are both on the bench and both of us come on in the second half.
I bought the Sunday and Monday papers, as I always do, only to read that Robert Campbell and Liam Cusack have replaced myself and Belly.
And the two of us were un-used substitutes!
I'm hoping there the odd reporter takes the time to read my column and maybe they could tell me why this happens?
The boys usually have a laugh and a joke at training about reporters guessing the ratings of our matches.
Surely they don't guess the substitutes as well...