Category Archives: burial

Wow, it’s almost the end…

Ok, one way to make up for lost blogging days….post your “drafts.”
Yeah, I think I’ve posted four or five blogs left on or is it “in” “draft” status. Of course, I believe that most of the were combined in another blog, but as I said in one, “oh well.”

I’m just pleased “TO BE.”.




Now off to read some statistical analyses. Type to you next year. 👽👽👽👽😜

a pui tardi


Number Two…

Ok, something to lighten the mood…

When deciding what category to place a blog, I’ve discovered that I have an extensive list. So, this blog is actually the category links. That might prove interesting. Tell me what you think.

I’ve just listed A and B ….I’m going to string you along….tease ya a bit!

Ciao ciao!


in perpetuity

While we may not like to think about our mortality, even our final resting places could stand to get a little greener. Consider your wishes for your own burial. Traditional burials are rough on the earth, from the hardwoods consumed to make the coffin to the land taken up by a funeral plot. Even cremation impacts the earth by releasing CO2. There are better options, however, including biodegradable caskets and urns, and even a new process by which the body is frozen in liquid nitrogen to make it brittle and slightly vibrated to create a powder, which is then dried and placed in a corn or potato starch coffin and buried to decompose within a few months. Explore your options and make sure your loved ones know what you want.