Hamlet is one of my favorite Shakespeare plays. Altho he's the namesake of the production and the focus, Ophelia was and still is my favorite character in any book Ive ever read..Shakespeare or trashy romance. I related to her back at 16 when we first met. Ophelia was weak and co-dependant, in love and confused. Easy for a 16 year old girl to perfectly relate too. However, I think that given the chance, she would have grown strength into herself, she would have recognized her "madness" for the beginning of finding her independance, discovering her creativity, raising her voice and making her way..Had she the license to think for herself, Ophelia might have reasoned through her dilemmas and she probably would have had a lot to say, about what she saw, what she knew, what she lived, and the things she was passionate about. The same things that I, at 30-bla-bla-bla years old can now, again, perfectly relate to ..
So, Rambling of an Ophelia is me. A multi dimentional, creative spirit who's possibly half mad and rambling. Here, I share my experiences, I showcase my work, I raise my voice, I create, I support and I'm learning to live a more simple, natural, creative, stuffed full of love life worth the fruits of my labour.