Hang on hang on... I'm just gonna take a minute to think and... man, that's a lot of good Cubs stuff to be thankful for.
And there will be more to come.
They say the Home Opener festivities are to begin around 6:15 with the raising of the 2016 World Championship banner.
Luckily, there's no roof at Wrigley or it would be pretty empty... but this banner represents everything you and I have hoped for in our lifetimes, baseball-wise.
That's pretty significant, since most of you place baseball kinda way up there in the world of things in your life.
And along with the festivities we'll see a baseball game featuring the the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The last time we saw them, Kyle Hendricks out-everythinged Clayton Kershaw as the Cubs won the NL title in a 5 to nothin' game 6.
So many past Home Openers have been just a big party.
And that's great, and for sure tomorrow's will be a bigger one than ever.
But being a home opener vet, I can tell you that the actual baseball game being an important part of the Home Opener is a relatively new concept.
And just so freaking exciting.
The Cubs come home after going 4-2 on the road to open the season, and they handily beat the Brewers on Sunday with Jake Arrieta going 7 innings and giving up 3 runs while Kyle Schwarber and Ben Zobrist hit homers.
Cubs 7 Brewers 4.
The Dodgers fly in from a victory in Denver with a 4-3 record, and they've scored 10 more runs than the Cubs with 40.