My Easter cup overflows. To cap a wonderful and hopeful weekend of rebirth I caught the 3-1 demolition of the Villa - on yet another rare appearance on TV in Africa.
Craven Cottage looked plump and populated once again; the sweeping, passing, football was as lush as the green turf. I saw some of the sweetest reverse passes in the book - every time I visualized what I would like the next pass to be - it was carpeted out by Fulham's tireless midfield.
Fulham fly on days like this; everyone knows their place and the quick passes make any opposition look flat-footed.
True, we had a bit of luck in the first half when Jonathon Kodjia - the lone striker for the Villa - shuffled his 15 million pound talent down the tunnel, for an early bath, for kicking Ryan Fredericks on the ground.
I thought for one terrible moment that one of the Fulham players was also going to see red in the ensuing melee, but no, for the first time in ages, the dismissed did not wear a Fulham shirt.
Fleet-footed Fredericks had the Villa defence on toast in that first half - his lethal speed is surely bodes well for the tough tests to come.
Speaking of dismissals, Ryan Sessegnon started on the left, in for the red carded Chris Martin.
I thought he showed courage and composure and keep his place. I also think Fulham and young Ryan can do more for each other next season - no matter which league we are in - than a bigger moneybags club that is likely to put him on the bench for a couple of years. Why don't they ding their own talent ?
Then the non-stop running Sone Aluko - my Twitter mate, by the way - with the second and a sublime third from Neeskens Kebano - I think we will see a lot more from the classy right boot of the latter before the season is out.
Between the posts, the quick reflexes of Marcus Bettenelli saved an embarrassment following a sloppy Tim Ream chest back; but I reckon he was about a yard out of position when Jack Grealish lobbed him to pull one back for Villa. Watch your far post, Marcus.
Over all it could have been four five with a little but more luck. Fulham are a side buzzing with inventiveness and confidence for the nervy last games.
Any fears of bottling the big games died on the battlefield at Norwich. Fulham could have given Villa a few lessons on how to play a strong team with ten men.
The defining moment came when Tom Cairney slammed home that penalty. Norwich coming back into the game at that point and Fulham have missed more penalties this season than most teams do in a decade. That was a pressure moment for captain Cairney and it pointed the way to the stars of the promotion sky.
As for Floyd Ayite - who said he was going to be a bit player this season ? A deft dummy to round Norwich 'keeper John Ruddy - who is no mug - for the third. A nimble touch of cheek that could serve Fulham well in the intense heat of the rough games to come.
Only thing I can say against the Villa game is - a bit quiet wasn't it ? Forgive me, if this is nostalgia, but about 300 of us made more noise away at Hartlepool in 1992! We sang louder for Gary Brazil, on that dull day in the north, than anyone did on Monday for Aluko in the spring sunshine on Monday.
It has been a rough few years since relegation - this time last year we were 20th - if ever there is a time to sing your lungs out for a talented crop of players - this is it!
Chris Bishop is the managing editor of Forbes Africa and follows Fulham from South Africa. You can follow him here: @ChrisBishopZA