PRETTY much everything about the Argyle game was perfect. I'm over the moon that we beat them – and, while they weren't a bad side, we did it quite comfortably in the end.
What's more, we scored three fantastic goals and the atmosphere at the Park was the best I can remember for a long, long time.
My only disappointment was that I didn't play a little bit better but it happens sometimes and, at the end of the day, my performance was less important than the result.
It's difficult to single out individuals but I thought Alan Gow oozed quality throughout, and so did Tommy Doherty in the time he was on the pitch.
And Scot Bennett is on fire at the minute – that's three goals in two games now, which isn't too shabby for a makeshift centre-forward!
Tis is going to have a bit of a headache when Sam Parkin and John O'Flynn are back to full fitness. Then again, I guess it'll be a nice problem to have and if anyone can come up with a solution it's the gaffer.
It was great to see Arron Davies also get his name on the scoresheet. Arron has been a real asset ever since he arrived at the club but, at the same time, has taken his game to another level entirely this season and if anyone was questioning his contribution before they won't be now.
I said last week that I thought Danny Butterfield, who made his first start for us against Argyle, was going to be a huge signing and I didn't see anything on Saturday to make me think otherwise. You can see Danny's played in the Premier League – he's so assured on the ball and his decision-making is faultless.
Being born and brought up in Exeter, I know just how much it means to the fans to put one over Argyle, but even allowing for that I was overwhelmed by the volume of good luck messages I received in the run-up to the game.
One of my favourites came from Dean Moxey.
"Another Devon derby I'd love to be at but Anfield is calling. Good luck!" tweeted Deano on Saturday morning. I hope getting to play against the Premier League leaders in front of a crowd of 40,000-plus was some small consolation for not being at the Park!
I think I probably received even more messages after the game.
A lot came from friends and former teammates but even more came from fans who follow me @SercombeLiam on Twitter. It's a real thrill to be told by so many people that you've made their day and it helped to make the occasion even more special.
A few of us went out for a bit of a celebration on Saturday night. Of course, when you're a professional footballer you have to look after yourself and it has to be the right time and place but Tis gave us his blessing and having just thumped Argyle it's hard to imagine a more fitting occasion!
It's great to have another home game this weekend. Too often in the past few years we've drawn a good crowd at the Park only to perform disappointingly and, I dare say, prompt the occasional fans who've turned up not to bother the next time.
However, you have to hope all those who came along for the Argyle game will have enjoyed themselves and think seriously about returning on Saturday for the visit of Hartlepool.
That's even more the case if you consider top-of-the-table Chesterfield take on second-placed Fleetwood, so if we win we're pretty much guaranteed to move up to at least second.
Of course, we're taking nothing for granted. Hartlepool have been much improved in recent weeks and won 4-1 at Mansfield on Saturday.
Nevertheless, we're in pretty decent form ourselves at the minute and, with our much-improved home form this term, I see no reason why we shouldn't get a result.
We only won seven home games over the course of last season so it would be great to secure a fifth home victory before we're halfway through October.
I've just been told that Exeter City Supporters' Trust has owned a majority shareholding in the club for 10 years now and will be celebrating this historic milestone over the course of the weekend.
It goes without saying that everyone at the Cat & Fiddle is incredibly appreciative of everything the trust does for us and we'll be doing our best to ensure the celebrations go with a bang by winning on Saturday.
In the meantime, I understand there will be a celebratory dinner in the Flybe Suite on Friday night.
Apparently, the award-winning Guardian football writer David Conn and the former chief executive of Supporters' Direct, Dave Boyle, will be among those giving speeches and people who know much more than I do about these sort of things tell me it promises to be quite an occasion.
If you'd like to go along, it's not too late – tickets costing just £10 can still be purchased from club reception and any remaining ones will be available on the night. Let's hope it's a great night and the start of another weekend to remember!