An election is a funny thing, be that a general, local or leadership election. They are all a lot of work, a lot of action and a lot of time.
It weighs heaviest on those who take part as volunteers. You see the volunteers are not paid. They have no real skin in the game other than the love for the activity they’re partaking in. These people sacrifice many many hours of personal and home life in the pursuit of a dream that is bigger than they are, in the pursuit of a country that is better, and more in line with the vision they have for the future.
However, it does not come without a cost. It does need to be said that the volunteers of any election do so with great personal sacrifice. The sacrifice of time, effort and missed opportunities from those special moments that you enjoy, just by being around people you love.
It is with that note, that we mention this blog has taken some personal time from some of the core contributors, following the SNP leadership election.
It is also the case that Scottish politics has been such a rollercoaster in the last little while it has been difficult to stay up-to-date and up-to-the-minute, leaving us unable to provide a contribution that meets the high bar we set.
We do live in exciting times and politics does move at high speed. However, it is now time the story continues and our contributions once again increase, we begin looking at the next chapters of what will be – the delivery of Scottish independence.
Thank you ever so much to all of our loyal support. Let’s roll.
2 replies on “And let’s roll”
We do not live in interesting times!
@ Black Rob..True, we live in PATHETIC times, with PATHETIC people making the rules changing the laws and doing their best to get kids to change their sex. (which can NOT actually be done, as anyone with an education at all can verify, have they forgotten their biology classes.