No don't worry yourselves. Boris hasn't handed in his notice just yet. No I'm talking about the last 18 days since I sailed out of Boris-land. So what has our not-so-new-now Mayor been up to?
Well despite my worst fears, Boris hasn't yet privatised park benches or installed first class carriages on bendy buses.
Nor has the Mayor's website been translated into Latin, or Andrew Gilligan appointed Deputy for Whingeing (he is to be retained in an informal role.)
But what has happened is the gradual revealing of what is surprise, surprise, yet another bog-standard Tory administration.
In the first 100 days we had a few signs of this. The scrapping of half-price bus fares for people on income support, and the purging of left-wing positions and festivals played to the age-old tune of Tory governance.
And with so much attention being placed on Boris's botched appointments and on his continuation of the 2008 election campaign, there was little time for them to actually do anything.
But with that period now over, and with the media camel trail marched swiftly onto the general election, Boris and his pals can happily get on with the happy business of happily making happy decisions.
Like this one, to approve the demolition of a popular market to make way for a skyscraper, or this one to sell off playing fields. Or this one to scrap all requirements for social rented housing from a major development.
Hey it's all good fun this government business isn't it? Just say exactly what people want to hear and when you're elected just do exactly what you were always going to do in the first place.
Now that really is a change that you can believe in.