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The Masterpiece

I Can’t Wear My Dead Relatives — It Makes No Sense to Me

My take on cremation jewelry

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While writing my White Mama Ula’s obituary — by happenstance, a few ads appeared on the screen. But the one that intrigued me the most was the ad for cremation diamonds.

2020 has been a year of significant loss for me in terms of people I held dear in my life. In May, Ula passed away due to a…

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The wise writers don’t rush. They take time to produce their masterpieces.

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