The Reverand C.L. Dodgson, aka Lewis Carroll, wrote ‘Alice’s Adventures Under Ground’ in 1865. Alice falls down a rabbit hole and encounters an unusual set of characters.
Rhinos have wondered why Mr. Carroll changed the title to ‘Alice in Wonderland’. We assume it is because Alice does very little herself, but spends most of the book wondering what’s going on and why things are so peculiar.
Rhinos are familiar with Alice’s state of mind. Alice is a poster child for Wondering what’s up. Is it any wonder?