First day, first show

With the title loosely inspired by the Oscar-winning Chinese film “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon“, this blog, “Dancing Fingers, Singing Keypad” welcomes viewers …err… readers to savor the performances of its “characters”.

* blog’s author clears her throat *

“hello, hello, mike–testing, hello!”

The author of this blog had many, many ideas in her head. When she visited places, was visited by emotions, saw, heard, read, tasted, felt, spoke to interesting people or heard boring people with interesting things to say, words would swarm in her mind and yearn to be put down. Then, they began to overflow and before she knew it, she was wading through a river of thick and plentiful thoughts. She’s kicking out her limbs now and starting to swim with the flow. Soon, she will start floating on her river of words, clearly enjoying the flow.

* author bows *

* applause! *

* standing ovation! * (Well, OK, that’s enough. No standing ovation yet, excuse me, got carried away.)

Like the very first show on the very first day of the latest movie release, this is the “first day, first show” of the blog. But wait! Hold on to your popcorn and soda. Hold on to the edge of your seat. Hold your breath. Hold your pee. The show’s about to begin!

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About Dancing Fingers Singing Keypad

This blogger is someone whose fingers itch to dance, coaxing the keypad to sing. For years, I kept saying that writing for me was a mere hobby. And then, just like the lead characters of a typical romantic movie it finally dawned upon me just how much I love this form of art and how I simply cannot live without it. And then we lived happily ever after ... or tried to, for isn't there the following saying? “Writing is torture. Not writing is torture. The only thing that feels good is having written." Originally from India, I reside in California, USA with my husband and little daughter and work as a software engineer. (I’ve got to be practical, the aforementioned love of my life doesn’t pay for food yet and it doesn’t hurt that I enjoy computer programming.) With the title loosely inspired by the Oscar-winning Chinese film “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon“, this blog, “Dancing Fingers, Singing Keypad” welcomes viewers …err… readers to savor the performances of its “characters”.
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4 Responses to First day, first show

  1. Shivani says:

    Very well written prime time thoughts Deepti! 🙂

  2. ASHA/PRADIP MAHULE says:

    very good efforts and unique ideas. I am proud of you both.

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