There are moments in one's life when being wrong is such a joy; it's overwhelming. The shock, the surprise, and the relief that your fears/preconceptions will not come to pass are intense. I'm tired, yet unable to sleep - I'm feeling too damn much.
We may not be the biggest party in Parliament but a significant element of our country voted for hope and fairness - and I'll take that any day.
It's a start.
I've seen friends win this morning and friends lose - they all fought passionate, energetic campaigns and with the love of their communities in their heart. To say I'm inspired and in awe of them would just be insufficient.
However, the most important thing for us all is that we've also seen a generation of young people roar. They gave us all a bloody nose - politicos, pundits, politicians of all colours, and even their expectations.
For doubters like myself ( I don't hide from it, you should own your mistakes and learn) two things bugged us.
Firstly was professionalism. It is an acquired skill and sometimes painfully earned. Jeremy isn't perfect but is not the man of two years ago. He has grown his operation. You have to commend him and his team for that.
Secondly, was a question about whether the energy of the politicos so energised by him could translate to their counterparts outside politics?
The answer looks to be yes.
When the next election comes, the job for all of us in the Labour family is to go the final ten yards.
We'll not always agree - families don't. But nor should we do so with bitterness. We are a political family and have the well-being of our nation as are central core driver. The country has given us (and its self) a glimmer of hope.
To the parties to the left and the political centre of Labour - look yourself in the eye and ask - do you deny the country a different path?
This weekend is to recover - the next one, I'll be back on the doors to help local people again.
The work never ends. It never can.
P.S. And to those like me who were wrong - let's have the humility to admit it and get on with the job.