At 6am this morning, Lynn's fight came to it's inevitable conclusion. She left us in a very graceful and dignified way, with no pain and most of her close family around her.
The Buchan & Masson family would like to thank Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall hospice & all it's staff for making her journey as comfortable as possible.
Lynn's request was to have a church service in St. Marys church Farcet, where we were married, conducted by our friend Rev John Randall, followed by burial in Farcet cemetary.
I will update you all when arrangements are confirmed.
I soon will be adding some pictures and video's of Lynn and a very easy rememberance section, so you can share your own story's and anekdotes.
Thank you all friends & family for the support and love you have shown all of us during this difficult time, Lynn & I have been made to feel very humble at times due to the sheer volume of your support.
God bless you all & god bless you Lynn, my wife, my world but most of all my best friend.
Lynn is about to start her biggest journey yet, so please say a special prayer to help her on her way.
Her condition has deteriorated to the point of no return and she has slipped in to a coma and is being treated with the "Pathway" method.
She is pain free and has had many of her friends and family around her.
Lynn is in very good hands, being looked after and made as comfortable as possible.
Her energy levels are very low and at times she can be a little confused, this is inevitable and we make the most of our conversations when possible, at other times reassurance and support get us through.
Lynn is in a room with another very young lady who has a similar condition, she also has two infant children, Lynn after hearing her heartbreaking story and the way this lady is planning and coping with her illness said "I thought I had it bad, this lady is my true inspiration" said whilst tears streamed down Lynn's face..