It's as though the shin splits have been for nought:
The other most difficult part of the trip, [Crossroads participant Cyril Doll] told LifeSiteNews.com, is the "apathy we've received from Canadians from coast to capital. If we don't have people constantly asking us what we're doing, supporting us, or even detractors, it's a temptation to lose focus. If you don't have someone either fighting you or patting you on the back, you kind of forget what it's all about."
Whoo hoo Canada! Apathy made this country great. It kept us out of that damned Iraq War, and now its keeping a woman's right to choose legal!
Mr. Doll continues:
Doll also told LifeSiteNews.com that the greatest blessing, the most rewarding aspect of the journey has been "having faith and just knowing what we're doing is going to make a difference. We may not see the fruits of our work," he said, "but as Catholics we know that our pain, our suffering, our prayers are never going to go to waste. The good Lord is distributing the graces."
Actually, kid, what you're doing will amount to squat. When its finished all you'll be left with are the blisters and memories of staggering along the Trans-Canada under a hot sun, wondering what you're name is and why you're doing this and knowing that all your friends back home are getting drunk on the beach.
I hope you at least got laid. Otherwise, that's one summer gone entirely down the tubes.