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Every day, someone just like me loses a part of their heart to the Rainbow Bridge. Whether it’s a dog, cat, bird or a horse, our primary wish is to provide a memorable resting place as tribute to all of the years of love our pet gave.
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Ash scattering ceremonies can be memorable events for everyone involved. Often people have not thought about what to do with the urn after the ceremony only to find themselves wondering what to do with it. Here are some suggestions to consider ahead of time.
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Bamboo is an amazing plant. Did you know it's actually not wood, but grass? And a strong grass, at that. Around Asia you will see it used quite often to construct scaffolding for the workers to work from. Some people use it for flooring and you can buy everything from pants to facial tissues made of bamboo. They also make great cremation urns. Read more...
Resilient, Graceful Bamboo Urns
Resilient, Graceful Bamboo Urns
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Many people ask if it's okay to keep ashes in the home. I've never met or spoke to anyone who had a problem - and I've spoken with a lot of them. I personally never had a problem with the ashes I've kept at home. But some people supposedly do. I hope this isn't too spooky, but with Halloween coming up we were inspired to take a look at the mysterious side of this practice of keeping ashes in the home.
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