If we were lucky enough to still have you with us, today would have been your 100th birthday! You looked forward to this day over my entire lifetime with you as you anticipated receiving your letter from the Queen. How I wish you were here to share it with us.
Not a day goes by where I don't think about you. I will always love you and I miss you more than I can try to explain with words.
This is my little tribute to the amazing lady that you were to me. Happy 100th birthday Nan. I was so blessed to have you as my grandmother and even more blessed to have shared the first 34 years of my life with you.
Your adoring granddaughter,
Nana's Parents - Edward Margaret Magill on their Wedding Day
Nana as a baby with older sister Mary
A letter from Edward to Nana in 1940
He signs "E. Magill" just as Nana always signed her letters to us "A. I. Gall."
Nana's 4 children including my Mum on the left
A letter from Nana to my Aunty accompanying the letters from her father. She burnt many of her letters, cards and photos before she died. I think that's what she is mentioning here. Such a shame. I'd love to have been able to read those now.
Nana and I on her 90th Birthday - A rare photo where she isn't telling us to get away with the camera!