Cup final will be a fitting send off for Lady Imps
Football is the ultimate game of highs and lows, trials and tribulations, agony and ecstasy.
And the last seven days have certainly embraced every part of those spectrums. It has certainly been a week of two halves.
It was approximately 26 seconds into my Lady Imps Twitter takeover debut when I had to write the words GOAL Liverpool.
It was not the start we wanted at all, but from that second our season changed.
It was a first half of backs-against-the-wall football as Liverpool had their chances.
KB was in inspired form, pulling off some world class saves.
From my vantage point at the Halton Stadium, it just felt like one of those nights, a little like the 2012 Champions League semi-final when Chelsea beat Barcelona.
Even after we conceded early there was just something telling me that we were going to make it. And sure enough after 120 minutes and five penalties, we took our place to face Arsenal in the Continental Cup final.
After four failed semi-final attempts in both the League and FA Cup, it is fitting that our last ever game as Lincoln Ladies will be in a final.
Looking back to that first ever season in 1995, this is what I had always dreamed of so to be finally realising that ambition is a very special moment for me and anyone who has been involved with this great club.
I'm just really hoping that I can get back into training and get my fitness to a level where I can be involved in the last yet biggest game of Lincoln Ladies' history.
Moving away from the adulation of the cup final, which will be played on October 4, it was vital that the winning feeling could be transferred to Sunday's performance – and that is exactly what happened.
The girls were comfortable winners against Chelsea, collecting our first win of the season, which was a relief.
The gaffer has brought in a number of new signings who are not necessarily household names, but they have an extremely hard work ethic, and want to prove themselves at the highest level. This new lease of life to our attack has certainly started to pay dividends.
We have another break now as my sister and the rest of the England under-19s head to Wales to compete in the European Champions.
If they progress out of their group they will automatically qualify for next year's World Cup, so there is a lot at stake for the young Lionesses.
Having watched the other England teams this summer, you have to be an extreme optimist to fancy their chances, but with the majority of the squad enjoying plenty of FAWSL experience this season, I am one with my glass half full.
Keep an eye on my Twitter as I travel across to Wales to support the girls when they kick off their campaign on Monday.