Well, what a week it's been for the Border and North East.
It's no shock that eggs and scones would make an appearance at a Country Women's Association conference.
I don't think anyone was expecting such drama to unfold at the Albury Entertainment Centre and while it was the source of amusement to some on social media, in my view, it was no laughing matter.
While, thankfully, no real harm was done last Tuesday, the idea that people think they can turn up to an event where politicians, or anyone for that matter, are and throw things at them is appalling.
Two days later we had a man confronting One Nation leader Pauline Hanson outside the federal election prepolling station, telling her she wasn't welcome in Albury.
Neither incident reflects well on our region.
We're lucky to live in a country that has such good access to our politicians and it'd be sad to see that change because of such behaviour.
Ultimately, the best way to have your voice heard is at the polling booth and we all get the chance to do that on Saturday, so make your vote count.
Onto arguably more pressing matters, I hope you all have a terrific Mother's Day and make those wonderful women in your life feel special today.
To the two best mothers I know - my mum Anne and my wife Janice - thanks for everything you do.
I love you both very much.