What a week. All those figures. Numbers swirling in front of my eyes. Not only the Barnes Runners draft accounts, but also my conference expenses. Apparently there was a spending review and a row over compensation for farmers too.
Enough of numbers. Back to the Punch and Judy show.
Labour and Plaid Cymru may have put aside their enmity in the Welsh Assembly but the entente cordiale has yet to reach Westminster.
Labour backbencher Nia Griffith was swiftly on her feet in the Commons today to raise the issue of advertisements placed by Plaid MPs at taxpayers' expense in newspapers shortly before the May Assembly elections.
(You remember, the one where Plaid promised to "kick New Labour into touch" before they realised the Welsh economy is actually quite "dynamic").
The electoral commission says Plaid should declare the adverts, paid for from House of Commons allowances, as election expenses.
Plenty of ammunition then for Labour MPs to throw at their coalition partners, sorry Westminster enemies.
Nia Griffith didn't get very far before the Speaker intervened.
Michael Martin told her: "In future it's best not to use business quesitons to attack an honourable member."
He wouldn't even let Leader of the House Harriet Harman respond:"I think I would rather leave this matter".