Watching Cameron greet Nick Clegg yesterday at the door of No 10, I grudgingly had to admit it was a very good and respectful thing to do...
If you have a spring in your step today, for whatever reason, good for you. We've just learned that we do live in a world where votes can make a difference.
I don't think it's Nick Clegg's week. I don't think he's a showboating, power-mad, glory-hunter. I think he's human.
It may be one of the smartest moves Gordon Brown has ever made and an apparent act of self-sacrifice that has injected new life into the coalition saga.
Those 65% of people who voted have done the right thing, placed their votes and shown that whilst our political system may be flawed, it must be used.
If you're getting ready to vote for the first time, the BBC's guide to voting may help.
There's still time: not much but enough. Listen to your heart, not polls, not 'tactical vote' advocates. Vote for whoever and whatever you believe in.