August and September 2016, little did I know became the saddest part of my life. It was between these dates 12th August and 15th that I lost my partner of 17 years. Heart broken still your loving Partner Tricia xx
Patricia McCann:
18/08/2020
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14/08/2020
Gary was a Commissioning Engineer and he worked on contracts up and down the country. Gary's last contract was based in Keswick in Cumbria. A Beautiful place to visit. Any time I had off work I and Patsy, our dog would go down to Keswick and stay for a week while Gary was working there. It is a very friendly dog orientated town. It was whilst he was working in Keswick that on 10th August 2016 he telephoned me and informed me his back was very sore for the next couple of days the pain in his back got worse. Gary came home on the Friday 12th August looking unwell. Little did we realise what the next 4 weeks would bring.

Tricia XXX

Patricia McCann:
09/08/2020
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I visited Gary's grave today and laid fresh Carnations and Lillie's. I visit his grave often and speak to him. Nothing important just silly things like how I am getting on. While I am there I also visit his parents grave as their plots are fairly near each other. It would have been nice to have interred Gary's ashes with his parents, as he had wished however that was not to be. I was unable to fill full his wish. Some times decisions made by people in life can be very sad. I always take our dog Patsy with me when I visit as Gary was very fond of our dog. Tricia XXX
Patricia McCann:
03/08/2020
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August 2020 already. August always reminds me of the Edinburgh Tattoo. One of the first times Gary and I attended the Edinburgh Tattoo as a couple was back in 2004. Gary I and all our friends from Carluke Booked a large bus to take us from The Crown Pub in Carluke to Edinburgh. The bus was full, what a happy atmosphere. One of our friends is excellent at preparing sandwiches and such like and on the way to Edinburgh we had a small feast. What an experience Edinburgh Tattoo is. Over the years we had many a Happy visit to the Edinburgh Tattoo. If anyone reading this has not attended I would fully recommend it. It is not to be missed especially when you are attending with the one you love and great friends to join in the excitement of the Tattoo. Sadly I miss those good times Gary and I shared, however these harpy times will remain with me forever as Gary is always in my thoughts. Love Tricia x
Patricia McCann:
01/08/2020
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01/08/2020
I speak to Gary as I often as I can even though he is not of this earth. I still discuss the events of the world that is happening today. I look at the photographs of Gary hanging in my house and ask him what he would make of whats happening in the world today if you were still here with me . Alas he cannot answer.
Patricia McCann:
30/07/2020
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30/07/2020
It is nearly the end of July and as yet there prevails an uncertainty among's the population of Great Britain and the world as to the in's and out's of the restrictions of the covid crisis. My sadness is that Gary you are not here to give me the support I have always had when you were here with me. It is these times of world wide uncertainty that I miss you most.
Patricia McCann:
28/07/2020
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I Visited Gary's grave today and laid fresh flowers. whilst I was there, as I have done before I visited his mother and fathers grave and laid fresh Lily's on their grave. I did not have the privilege of knowing Gary's father as he passed away when Gary was only 16yrs old. However I was privileged to meet Gary's mother a very caring person who was always concerned about Gary and her children's welfare as mother's always do when it comes to their children. My only sadness is that Gary was not interred in his parents plot. Alas I do not know why. However when I visit Gary's grave I know he is in the same company as his parents.
Love always Tricia. xxx
Patricia McCann:
20/07/2020
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