By Russel D McLean
Russel voted one way or the other in the Scottish Referendum. This post was written the day before the referendum results were announced.
This morning Scotland is or isn't an independent country.
This morning Alex Salmond either battered his head off a table or danced a slightly inappropriate and half-cut jig.
This morning David Cameron sent a silent prayer of thanks heavenwards before striding out to meet the press with a confident swagger or he had a small cry and tried to figure out where to go from here.
This morning people were either incredibly happy or downcast and disappointed (in fact probably both are true given the split in opinion)
This morning some people will make a lot of money on the bookies or they will lose a lot of money.
One certainty this morning is that things will change. Whether Scotland votes yes or no we will all have some serious thinking to do both north and south of the border.
One certainty is that to make the best out of whatever happens we need to think about who we are - regardless of nationality - and the kind of future we want to create.
One certainty is that if you thought about your vote and cast it with the best faith you had, considering all the arguments you heard and the things that matter to you as a person, then you did the right thing. What happens next is that everyone takes a deep breath, shakes hands with those they may have disagreed with, and works together to move forward.
One certainty is that whatever changes come, they will not happen overnight, regardless of which way the vote swings.
One hope is that no one should cast blame anywhere, fall out with family and friends, or get angry with those who thought differently to them.
Whichever way we vote, there is uncertainty. There always is. But let's see, now, what tomorrow brings.