Ed Begley Jr. says he’s "just kidding" about being composted in his backyard (Domains: "Hollywood and Green"). Well, I have it in my will that my cremains will become part of the compost heap in the backyard of my son, who is a serious composter and gardener. What better way to stick around than as a part of a living, vital process? No jar on a mantel, thank you, or scattering on some remote site. I'd rather become part of a radish or tomato.
Barbara L. Handler
Sunday, June 03, 2007
I'd like a salad, blue cheese dressing. Oh, and leave out the tomato and radish, please.
An actual letter to the New York Times Magazine this morning, in response to a profile that ran in a recent issue on "living green":