For three months Cinnia immersed herself in the legends and lores of the Celts. As she did so, she fleshed out her itinerary with the locations of ancient and archeological sites. Her list consisted of burial grounds, standing stones, castles, cathedrals, and ruins all over Ireland. She was eager to be able to marry the stories with the locations. In doing so she hoped to capture the essence of the magical tales, and in turn, to reignite a spark in herself.
A creative spirit, Cinnia thrived when she was able to develop new concepts and ideas in her work. When she began her career she was able to do this and was happy and satisfied with her products. Over time, focus was placed more on the bottom line and less on innovation and creativity. Now the work is tedious and mundane, the atmosphere stifling. It’s time to give something new a try, something that will allow creativity to flourish once again.
I’m happiest when I’m creating. I love the arts: dance, theater, and writing. Music and the spoken word were so much a part of the Celtic culture. I want to do what I love and earn a living doing it. A job shouldn’t feel like work. I need to start exercising that imagination of mine!
Tomorrow is the day, her bags are packed, time to get this quest for creative energy started.
Once upon a time...
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