I must admit to a certain schadenfreude watching the unfolding drama as the hand of hubris slapped Theresa May down. I was grinning nearly as widely as George Osborne, but as the night wore on my joy was tempered by the reality of the situation that we are now in.
I think a lot of people - even those of us involved in politics - were with Brenda from Bristol on 18th April when Theresa May announced a snap General Election. I was campaigning around West Garioch that day and for the remainder of that campaign, I found little enthusiasm for the prospect of this election.
Immigrants are welcome in my country. Immigrants are welcome in my community. I am an ordinary, decent person. Ordinary, decent people do not worry too much about which particular section of the earth's surface their neighbour hails from.
If there are any compelling reasons to leave the EU, they certainly haven't been put forward to me. In fact, none of the Brexit arguments stack up at all for me when any time is spent considering them.
Where better place to start with my revamped website than the General Election? I was very proud to give voters in West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine an opportunity to vote Green for the first time ever.