People ask you how it was and burst into the smile which says "I was there, it was great".
I recall that the Glastonbury Bubble or Feel Good lasted a while in 2011. This year, the feeling is deeper.
With no first time nerves or anticipations to contend with I relaxed into this year's festival. I got the feel of the site and enjoyed the vibe more. I visited more stages and saw more generally.
My "Acts To See" list kept me busy, but there was down time in the morning before 11:00, at some point between 2 an 5 in the afternoon to bimble, chill or go and take in something non-musical.
It is not EVERYTHING, but without acts of a certain standard, I might just stay at home and watch the TV coverage.
The Ticket Buyer / Festival Organiser pact is no greater than at the Glastonbury Festival - when the bulk of the tickets are sold, none of the acts have been announced, it is a remarkable act of faith but each year the sell-out occurs in minutes.
The music stages were brimming with what I would consider top-drawer artists.
People I know and love - Courtney Barnett, Billy Bragg, The Who, The Unthanks, Rae Morris, Nick Lowe, Wilko Johnson, The Moody Blues and legends Lionel Richie and Burt Bacharach stood out of the line-up poster.
The weekend was one to savour. For me at least, the Festival was brilliant - so good that I am still feeling the glow.
I even had an Eavis moment courtesy of the Moody Blues.
Michael Eavis - may I thank you and Emily for giving me a great time.