We knew it was coming, everybody knew it was coming.
Jamaica was going to take over the Olympic Games sooner or later and after that double medal performance from our queens Shelly Ann Fraser-Pryce, who won the 100m gold medal for the second straight Games and Veronica Campbell-Brown, who just continues to stock her medal cabinet with a bronze, we can truly say that the games are finally beginning to get exciting for most of us.
To think that by the time some of you read this we will be getting ready for what we hope will be a men's 100m final stockpiled with all three Jamaicans, Usain Bolt, Yohan Blake and Asafa Powell.
Oh, what a party it was last night inside the London Olympic Stadium as a few hundred Jamaicans and many more people, who for just over 10 seconds became Jamaicans, celebrated the medals.
The celebrations continued in the Olympic Park long after the event as a few colourful Jamaicans and even more non-Jamaicans danced and frolicked. In truth, it kinda felt like Jamaica back in the days, when the country celebrated every Reggae Boyz World Cup 1998 qualifying campaign as if each and every one of our lives depended on it.
The vibe was no less vibrant as we made our way home in the tube, as several other Jamaicans met us there and those onboard who were not Jamaicans, certainly got in on our crazy antics.
It's times like these you are forced to take a step back and look on in awe at the impact that our little country has had on this planet and the appeal that it still commands, despite the many ills.
Trust me, if we put as much effort and energy into finding solutions for our country as we do in celebrating our sporting accomplishments, we would be several decades ahead at this point.
By the way, we went home without the Jamaican shirt that we went to the stadium with last night and it cost some guy a decent change, but anything with Jamaica is in high demand here and people seem very willing to buy the clothes off your back if you will let them.
Like everyone else, we can hardly wait for tonight's men's 100m final ... oh what we'd give for a Jamaican 1-2-3 here!