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The Death Deck

The Death Deck: A Lively Party Game

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Have you wanted to talk about death but were afraid to bring it up with family and friends? If so, two of my friends in grief, Lori LoCicero and Lisa Pawl, just released a new party game called The Death Deck. This game that lets you explore a topic that’s always on our minds but we often afraid to discuss. The Death Deck has everything you need for a fun and memorable night of lively conversations with friends or family.


Game box (perfectly sized for easy travel)

112 question cards (multiple choice and open-ended questions)

Instruction booklet (with sample scorecard)

Unlimited stories and laughs to share



There are 112 cards with a mix of multiple choice and open-ended questions guaranteed to spark lively discussion around the topic of death.

Play with partners to try and predict each other’s answers, or all together in a group.

No matter how you play, you’ll learn some new things about your friends, your family, and likely yourself.


Click HERE for more information on how to order. Note: I am not a paid affiliate, I am just excited for this wonderful new game!


Sending you love, comfort and peace!

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Memory Bracelet

Father’s Day Memory Bracelet

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A memory bracelet is wonderful way to remember your loved one on Father’s Day (or any Holiday).

Children especially love making these bracelets.

Pick bead colors that represent your loved one’s birth month, happy memories, favorite color, sports team, time of year, etc.


Memory wire (bracelet size).

Colorful beads.

Thin ribbon.

Wire cutters.

Round nose pliers.


Measure out the wire to fit around your wrist and add one inch.

Cut wire using wire cutters.

Use round-nose pliers to make a small loop at one end of the wire.

Thread beads onto wire, leaving one-half inch.

Fold the end of the wire into another small loop.

Thread ribbon through both holes.

Send Reiki, blessings, prayers, love, and light to the memory bracelet.

Place memory bracelet on wrist and tie ribbon.

It’s ready to wear!


Sending you love, comfort and peace!

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Memory Teee

Memory Tree

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A memory tree is a great way to remember your loved one. We created a memory tree for my Dad’s recent Memorial service. It gave family members and friends an opportunity to share something they remembered about my Dad. Reading the memory cards after the service was such a special gift to my family. You can also re-read the memories on special occasions or whenever you need something uplifting. This can be very healing for everyone involved.


Tree branch (or substitute a small Christmas or a table-top tree).

Gift tags, 3×5” cards, etc. (memory cards).

Single hole punch.


Place the tree branch inside the vase.

Use the moss to stabilize the tree branch inside the vase.

Cut the memorial cards into whatever shape best suits the size of the tree branch. Examples include: heart, square, rectangle, circle, star, dove, favorite sport (golf ball, soccer ball, etc.).

Leave enough space to write a few sentences on the memory card.

Punch a hole in the corner of each memory card.

Tie a ribbon through the hole in each memory card.

Ask family, friends, guests to write down their favorite memory on one of the cards.

Tie the memory card to the tree branch.

Memory cards can continue to be added to the tree at any time.


Sending you love, comfort and peace!



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