Truth is, I feel eco-inadequate. When we eat, Kim refuses to use the recycled-plastic utensils provided. Instead, she breaks out her wooden chopsticks and pours water from a drinking fountain into her thermos, wiping her lips with a bandanna that she keeps in her pocket. God, I think. What about the germs? When I grab a wad of brown paper napkins, she yanks them out of my hand and stuffs them back in the dispenser. “You’re not getting it,” she says.
What's "enviro-puritanical" about reduce, reuse, recycle? Just because she's making you feel guilty doesn't mean she's doing "a ton of harm". Quite the opposite, I'd say.
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