I JUST hope everyone was able to enjoy their Easter far more than the players and coaching staff at Huddersfield Giants!
To say we were disappointed with the way things went over the holiday period is an understatement.
Against Hull on Good Friday, we got ourselves into an excellent position by half-time and then threw it away with a very poor second-half show.
And what can we say about Easter Tuesday at Bradford Bulls?
I suppose we were always going to be cast in the role of the bit-part player, with all the speculation surrounding Brian Noble over whether he will remain in charge at Odsal or move to Wigan going to take centre stage.
As a result, I thought we saw a Bradford performance full of emotion and, I regret to say, we had no real answer to it.
We were physically dominated and spent far too much time on the back foot.
At least we didn't crumble completely and raise the white flag, which I am sure some other sides would have done under such circumstances.
There were certainly times during the contest when we gave as got as we got and, in the end, I don't think the final scoreline was a true reflection of what went on.
But that's all in the past now.
It's straight on to Wigan on Saturday.
To be honest, we've hardly had time to catch our breath.
Two games in four games is a massive ask in a sport as tough and demanding as rugby league, particularly as we were also in action last Friday.
But this is just one of the intriguing challenges of being a Super League coach.
It's a case of dusting down the players, planning carefully and making sure you're in the best possible shape for the next big test.
It's hard work, there's no doubt about that, but if you don't thrive on such challenges, you're not in the right job!