Bara Cailín 4: 16 ‘a secondary thing’

As the warmth filled her body Inteachán turned her thoughts once more to the matter at hand. She was sitting on the shore of a giant lake deep beneath a mountain because Mac had asked her to try and find somewhere for the city’s flood waters to drain into. They hadn’t discussed exactly how this was going to happen and so Inteachán changed her objectives to fit her new situation. From her new perspective, escaping this cave was what she needed to do most. Draining the city was now a secondary thing.

 

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