Eagle-eyed Press Gazette readers will note that the phrase "I'm delighted" almost never appears on this site.
That's because it is on our banned list of words and phrases, see Style Guide.
But it's a sunny afternoon, so I'm going to share some of the sheer joy that is around in the world of journalism this week as evidenced by some of the press releases we have received.
Here's a digest of delight:
Express & Star editor Keith Harrison "is delighted that the Heritage Lottery Fund has supported our partnership with the University of Wolverhampton, WAVE and local community groups".
Kevin Pieterson: "I am delighted to have joined The Telegraph as a columnist".
Hamish Dawson, publishing director of World Soccer: "We're delighted to be working with such enthusiastic partners" on the launch of a new edition of the magazine Mongolia.
Chief executive of Index on Censorship Jodie Ginsberg: "We are delighted that Steve [Coogan] has agreed to be a patron of Index".
IPSO chair Sir Alan Moses: "I am delighted to be taking part in a series of public meetings around the country".
Kerin O’Connor, chief executive of The Week: “We are delighted to be official partners of such an exciting creative festival [SohoCreate]."
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger: "We are delighted to be working with Oliver Stone and Moritz Borman on the [Edward Snowden] film".
Jim Donnelley, PA’s Director of Racing: “We are delighted to be named official Pre-Race Data distributors for British horseracing by RDC this week."
And Scottish Rugby’s Director of Commercial Operations, Communications and Public Affairs, Dominic McKay: “We are delighted that the USA v Scotland game will be broadcast live and online by the Daily Record."