Impossible Alice

By Kerri Romeo

‘Oh, I’ve had such a curious dream!’ said Alice and she told her sister, as well as she could remember them, all these strange Adventures of hers…

Alice in Wonderland, Chapter XII

Alice doesn’t just tell her sister about Wonderland.  She brings the adventure to life again, inspiring even her older sister to dream. Has Alice inspired you to dream again too?  

What could the re-telling of the story of our own American Wonderland be?  Not ideologies about the past, present or future, but of possibility.  Has this journey taught you this difference between superficial and creative solutions?   The Wonderland Campaign began with the mission to create change through curiosity after following the White Dove (Marianne Williamson).  Throughout this adventure Alice has reminded us that the impossible is possible.  And contrary to what one would have expected, imagination can be the most transformative tool for the skeptic, the realist and the most commonsensical among us to believe in something different.   

“make their eyes bright and eager with many a strange tale…”

Alice in Wonderland, Chapter XII

What if we trail-blazed a different path in Wonderland that would be both inspired by and passed down to future generations?  What if we take Alice back into Wonderland one more time to see what we can change with our imagination?

Follow us next time into The Wonderland Reboot, a special edition in celebration of International Children’s Month


Kerri spends her days as an office administrator for a ballet barre manufacturer and her free time playing frisbee with her dog in NJ.  Often at a loss for words in person, she writes to make sense of the world and connect with others.  She wishes for more curiosity & kindness in the world.

Published by Kerri Romeo

Kerri spends her days as an office administrator for a ballet barre manufacturer and her free time playing frisbee with her dog in NJ. Often at a loss for words in person, she writes to make sense of the world and connect with others . She wishes for more curiosity & kindness in the world.

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