We got the party started a bit early here, first with the playing of the national anthem during the women's 100m medal ceremony.
It was pure bliss just looking at gold medallist Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce beaming with joy on top of the podium and bronze medallist Veronica Campbell-Brown looking as lovely as ever to her left.
It sent real chills up the spine, just looking at the flag being raised and Jamaicans in the stands; real Jamaicans and those, who for the night, became Jamaicans - all decked out in their black, green and gold - expressing such deep emotions for our little nation.
Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake certainly 'tun up di ting' a few hours later - gold and silver in the 100m - in the fastest time ever seen at the Olympic Games and the fastest race at the Games, with everyone except Asafa Powell, who pulled up before the end, dipping under 10 seconds.
Just typing that got me tired.
If you think Saturday night was crazy, well imagine what took place last night!
Everyone was on their feet at the first sighting of Bolt and company; every volunteer abandoned their posts and stood around hoping for a sighting of what was the most watched race in history.
Things were a bit worrying yesterday morning, as London woke up to very dark skies and rain, with some forecasts predicting all-day showers.
Well, with the perfect conditions that we were blessed with for the evening session, it seems that even God himself wanted to see a fast time in the 100m.
Keep them coming Team Jamaica.
The medals are coming fast and furious and this is exactly how we like it!