Rest In Peace Aunt Margaret Nagl

My first memories of you were from a visit to Iowa as a small child. Your house was just a cinderblock basement at the time. I remember your laugh, your smile, being outside, and the fascinating trains that would go by right near your back doorstep. I was probably under 10 years old because I remember everyone being so big.

Aside from being at the farmhouse. These are some of my best memories and all of them since are full of love and joy. You and your place has always been a magnet for me. Of all of it; the family; the places; the people; the things… I will miss you the most.

It is OK, it will be OK, as long as there is love. Never ending bottomless Love.

Please rest now. Go filled with LOVE.