Yeah. Just to echo what the others have said, an important feature of Orthodoxy is its sobriety. Little but powerful everyday actions are what sustain us and help us to grow, more so than emotionally-stirring moments (though there is certainly a time for that, I suppose, and such will vary anyway depending on the person and how they affected by the hymns, incense, icons, etc).
Granted, when I finally got to attend my first Coptic liturgy, I certainly felt like jumping for joy (if only because I had waited about two years before I could attend one), but I still took my time in deciding whether or not it was a spiritually healthy place for me to be (began attending in August 2011 already looking toward possible conversion, but did not 'take the plunge' until May of 2012...and Mabsoota will tell you that is not even a very long time, but the point is there was a period of discernment, and I was able to go through one Great Fast, one Holy Week, etc. before I decided, so that by the time I got to that point, I was sure that the newness and butterflies had worn off).
All that said, I am so, so very happy for you!
May God continue to guide you and those who are with you.