I'm a keen supporter. I don't have all the answers to their questions on economics, pensions and the like, but I figure we can't do much worse on our own two feet than Westminster currently does.
When people suggest we can't afford independence, I remind them that Britain's economy is broke and that's why there as so many cuts.
Some say they don't like Alex Salmond and therefore will vote No next September. That's like refusing to buy a new house you fancy because you don't like the inside decor.
The referendum next year is bigger than political parties. It's about Scotland's future. I listened to what Mr Salmond had to say at his party conference and I liked the idea of a safe and public NHS, a re-nationalising of postal services, scrapping the horrible bedroom tax and ditching Trident nuclear weapons.
Many times I have travelled to Helensburgh on the Clyde to join with my faith leaders and other religious friends to participate in ecumenical prayers outside Faslane as part of the protest against these immoral weapons.
There are so many positive reasons to vote Yes.
Coulson and Brooks in the dock at last
At long last the powerful individuals who are accused of criminal complicity in the phone-hacking scandal which shocked and sickened so many ordinary folk over the last few years will face a trial for their alleged crimes.
The likes of Andy Coulson and Rebecca Brooks, the former editors of the Sun and News of the World, are so used to rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous they will find the bench in the dock of the High Court in London uncomfortable and lonely.
I am pleased the News of the World is now closed but hopefully this trial will reveal even more of the shoddy, shady and shameful dealings of the Murdoch press.
Bullying and bullish billionaire
I refuse to believe I'm the only one who felt completely powerless as an ordinary worker by what happened at Grangemouth last week.
A tax-avoiding billionaire was able to sack thousands of workers and hold a whole country to ransom to get his own way.
I listened to politicians refer to the oil refinery as the 'industrial heartbeat' of Scotland. I'm not big on economics so I don't really understand that but if it is so important, how can one obscenely rich individual be allowed to own and control it?
Sure the closure threat was reversed 48 hours after it was issued but only on the back of hundreds of people now losing their jobs, or working longer for less money and for a lower pension.
The tax-avoiding Mr Ratcliffe can swan around on his super duper ship at will, but his abuse of power leaves a very sour taste.
We had 20 of Gabrielle's wee friends run riot for a couple of hours at her Halloween party on Friday night.
My efforts to organise 'pass the pumpkin' and 'dookin for apples' were forlorn. At the ripe age of eight, it seems they have already outgrown such pursuits. Boys chase the girls and vice versa was much more fun.
Along with many other parents, I'm helping to organise the school parties this week for 400 ghosts and ghouls. Tommy says my witch's outfit really suits me. A good clip on the ear is what he got!