Travelling through from Glasgow Queen Street to Edinburgh was very exciting, as the station was packed full of Yes supporters who were also making their way to Edinburgh for the rally.
It was an unforgettable experience to march alongside so many likeminded people, and be part of the 25,000-strong crowd standing on Calton Hill listening to inspirational speakers.
From Aussies for Independence to Women for Independence, it seemed like everyone was represented.
It was also great to meet so many of the people who contact me through social media, and speak to them about why they support independence.
If there is one thing the Yes Campaign is doing and must continue to do is to be a grassroots campaign relevant to all the communities of Scotland.
Talking of all the communities of Scotland, this week, additional results from the 2011 census were released.
These results are interesting as they focus on ethnicity and identity, as well as other important areas such as health and housing.
The census results revealed that Glasgow is the most ethnically diverse city in Scotland - as 12% of our city's population are from an ethnic minority group.
These figures add weight to Glasgow's reputation as a multicultural and welcoming city.
I am pleased that so many people have taken the decision, like my father did many years ago, to come to Glasgow to live, work and raise a family.
People who come to Glasgow from across the world are welcomed to our city, and become part of the fabric of the Glaswegian community.
One of the things I love about our city is that people come together and stand against injustice here, especially when fellow Glaswegians are being targeted - be it marching against fascists in the SDL or campaigning for security for vulnerable asylum seekers who face homelessness.
Another interesting statistic from the census for Glaswegians is that we are also proud of being Scottish in Glasgow, as over 60% of us identify themselves as feeling Scottish rather than any other identity.
Finally, my congratulations to all the team who have been working hard to get the SSE Hydro ready and completed on time.
I was lucky enough to be at the opening last week and the venue is absolutely stunning.
Such an incredible state-of-the-art venue will undoubtedly put Glasgow on the map as the musical capital of Europe.
From Tinie Tempah to Barry Manilow and everything in between, all eclectic music tastes are catered for!