Being part of the largest grassroots movement in the history of Scottish politics is exciting.
It’s an amazing feeling when you convince a friend to vote Yes.
Although, it can be infuriating when people say you’re only doing it because you’ve watched Braveheart.
And some of the mainstream media coverage of Scotland’s Referendum makes us sad.
But it makes us more determined to campaign for a better Scotland.
We get interesting reactions from No voters when we mention ‘independence’ and then answer their questions.
This is more than can be said for No campaign’s scares.
Thankfully, the reaction to them has been one of cynicism and doubt.
We support independence because we believe it is the only realistic way to build a better future for Scotland.
And we don’t believe No campaigners when they promise Scotland will get greater powers if we vote No. We’ve been there before.
We hope that if Scotland votes that way that we wont feel cheated.
And if we win we will celebrate like this.