Alice: Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
Cheshire Cat: That depends a good deal on where you want to get to
Alice: I don't care where
Cheshire Cat: Then it doesn't matter which way you go
Almost three months since we buried my father in Samoa and I'm finally realizing how dazed I've been. In my hastiness to cope with this sentimental loss, I've continued a vigorous routine of work and school (and work again) with no true sense of direction or purpose. I've wallowed into just surviving each new day. My new church calling as activities chair has helped tremendously. Serving others has that tendency of putting life back into perspective. I still think of my dad every day with incredible sadness. But I'm at least slowly hobbling on a path away from aimless wandering. After all, my dad would have never approved of me asking a cat for directions...
Up to Bat: Starting 2nd half of last semester of my first year (dizzying, right?)
On Deck: Trip to Rome with the Madre in 3 weeks
In the Hole: Christmas/Holidays with the entire family!