Watching Scrum 5 on BBC Wales. Warren Gatland turned up with the Trophy. He smiled when he came on. And he kept on smiling throughout the programme. This is a truly amazing season. Perhaps the 'congratulations' message he had from Gordon Brown caused it.
Watching the highlights of yesterdays game has just been an emotional experience. When I blogged yesterday, I forgot to mention the Welsh 'push' at the French scrum, under the Welsh posts on 65 minutes. It was absolutely sensational. Mrs D couldn't see why I thought it was the best moment of the match. I told her it was a 'forwards moment'.
Justin Marshall has just said that the reason Wales won was that the rest of the Six Nations teams have been c**p. He's really cool. Pleased Mrs D hasn't spotted him yet. Actually, he didn't put it quite so bluntly, but he's got a point. Warren then made a reference to the Irish problems - and laughed. And then he made a joke about fans singing "Edwards is a Welsh name, Edwards is a Welsh name" and laughed even louder. Gatland's become a laughing cavalier.
Justin has just said that we have a tendency in Wales to get a bit ahead of ourselves when we win. What an outrageous thing to say. There is absolutely no reason why we can't smash South Africa in the summer, win next year's Six Nations and the next World Cup.