Two EE stories this week had my life flashing before my teary eyes.
It has been a near-catastrophic last few days in my house, what with the threat of the TV being removed after I dared to smile when Scotland beat Serbia to qualify for the European football championship next year.
ANd with that, the clouds parted, a shaft of sunlight descended and a heavenly choir burst into an angelic chorus of “hallelujah”.
Scotland's target must be to follow up the high of Euro 2020 qualifying by reaching the World Cup.
The performance in Belgrade to secure Euro 2020 qualification was as good as I have seen by a Scotland team for many years.
Three momentous events in one week. Nice-but-nobody-special Joe Biden scrapes through to the US presidency. A lovely couple, who sound like the legendary scientific geniuses Louie and Marie Pasteur, crack the Covid vaccine. And … Mo finally gets her flu jab. Fit next? Trumpie conceding he wisnae swicked?
Are we heading for a happy ending to the Covid-19 story?
As all the clips of people celebrating the dumping of Donald Trump popped up on my timeline, I thought “I’ve seen this before”.
The European Championship play-off final is a great opportunity that Scotland can’t afford to miss.
At last, sense has prevailed. After weeks of protests from the beach-loving public, Aberdeen City councillors have U-turned.
Dear Mr President, as you will now forever be known. You have played a blinder in your role as the leader of the free world, with your finger on the pulse – not to say the red button – of global affairs.
In the teeth of the coronavirus storm, there is one group of people who have been cruelly neglected and whose voices need to be heard.
Hearts beating Hibs to reach the Scottish Cup final wasn’t a major shock.
One positive for Aberdeen from the Scottish Cup semi-final loss was Greg Leigh making his first appearance since last December.
Derek McInnes had some big decisions to make in his team selection for the Scottish Cup semi-final, one of which was opting to start Sam Cosgrove.
It’s five Hampden defeats to Celtic in four years for Aberdeen after Sunday’s Scottish Cup semi-final loss.
It can happen to anyone, often at the worst possible time.
Remember the Aberdeen nine? It’s just become 10.
Willie Miller column: Celtic draw should give the Aberdeen so much belief ahead of Scottish Cup clash
The result and performance against Celtic on Sunday will give Aberdeen belief and confidence they can win the Scottish Cup semi-final.
We have seven days left to save the Free World as we know it.
Up hands if you’re desperate for a roarin’ good laugh to cheer you up?
I can see the posters: “Not coming to a town near you anytime soon: first minister super-glued to Covid lectern".
I don't need any convincing we live in extraordinary times but, if I did, the harsh reality was brought home by, of all things, Strictly Come Dancing.
Aberdeen’s clash with Hamilton tonight is an important fixture for a number of reasons.
My spies tell me the stress of lockdown is turning us into harrumphin’ al’ grumpfutticks.
If you're a working man or woman, resident in Aberdeen and reading this, contain yourself for a couple of minutes when I inform you that employees in the Granite City are awash with dosh.
Willie Miller column: Andy Considine’s maiden performance for Scotland has done his Euros chances no harm
Aberdeen defender Andy Considine can go on to earn more Scotland caps after impressing on his long-awaited senior international debut.
Nicola Sturgeon has lost me a bit with the no booze inside at all, no food inside after 6pm, but out you go and freeze your bits off if you fancy a pint and a takeaway burger at an outside table up to 10pm.
It's like half a century is just yesterday away.
Nicola Sturgeon has been praising the press this week, presumably through gritted teeth.