Pick A Color

Colored diamonds usually cost an arm and a leg. This is not the case with a Heart In Diamond (unless you’re short on the required amount of ashes).

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Diamonds From Ashes

It’s kind of like being cryogenically frozen after you’ve been cremated. Pretty cool, huh?

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Not So Fast

Whether or not a Heart In Diamond is conflict-free, depends on how family members behave when it becomes an heirloom.

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How’s This For A Heart In Diamond Slogan?

Diamonds are a girl’s split ends.

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House

Our demons obstruct the path to happiness. Certain ones arise through no fault of our own. We must slay them. Chance often brings tragedy. It circumvents good karma. We must handle whatever chance throws our way. I first watched House (1986) in a drive-in movie theater when I was eight years old. It scared the dickens out of me. It’s actually a comedy. I realized this when watching the film as a teenager. I have seen it countless times. Roger Cobb must battle a demon that was created through no fault of his own. He must come to terms with his past and himself. This is a fun movie with serious messages. A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.

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How’s This For A Diamond Slogan?

“Ice melts in your mouth, not on your hand.”

Of course, I’ll need to consult a few attorneys because trademarking can be messier than chocolate.

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The Sad Truth

People, who are “friends” with everyone, are all too often friends with no one.

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Ashes To Diamond

Reincarnation can now apply to the body as well.

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Don’t Want To Break Tradition?

Get a Heart In Diamond made from your loved one’s ashes but keep it in an urn.

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To Zion

I used to work with this lady named Thelma. She was old enough to be my mother. I think she began to think of me as a son. She told me a story that I will never forget. She had a friend whom she had known for over 40 years. Her name was Lynette. When they were in their 20s, Lynette was approached by an older man who wanted a son. He offered to pay her several thousand dollars if she would give him a child (boy or girl). He made it clear that he did not want her to have anything to do with their child after she gave birth. He basically wanted a baby-making machine. Lynette had lived in poverty all of her life. This deal was very attractive to her. She agreed to be his baby-making machine despite her reservations. It took the man about a month to impregnate Lynette. He provided everything she needed and/or wanted while she was pregnant. She gave birth to a bouncing baby boy and received every last dime of the money. Lynette never saw or heard from the man or her son again. I think about Lynette when listening to Lauryn Hill’s To Zion (1998). It’s a powerful song about a beautiful bond. No amount of money could compensate for depriving oneself of the union described. Lynette realized her mistake soon after her son was gone. I hope that this is a song she never has to hear.

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