As Mourning Rituals Change, What Comes Next?
When my grandmother died, she didn't want a funeral. She did have thoughts about what we should do with her ashes.
Lauren is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Jezebel, Vice, Atlas Obscura and others.
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