They possess it, they share it

Creativity – they possess it and they share it.

Skill or talent in any form is a joy to both the performer as well as the viewer. Read on to view and marvel at the impressive stuff that these people have come up with!

This person got inspired by the movie “Julie and Julia” (which itself is based on an amazing blog: http://blogs.salon.com/0001399/2002/08/25.html where the blogger decided to cook her way through Julia Child’s French cookbook one recipe a day, for an entire year!)  So, what this inspired person did was scour through garage sales and flea markets for old, used clothes on sale for a maximum of $1 each day, for 365 days and transform them into something trendy and pretty through her awesome tailoring skills! This entire journey is chronicled on her blog: http://www.newdressaday.com/page/60/ It is so interesting to view the photos and marvel at the magic she performs on clothes on a daily basis.

And what about this guy here? His creative products are not only lovely to look at but must definitely taste delicious as well! What he started doing was creating pancakes in different shapes and sizes, patterns and colors for his little daughter and posting the pictures and descriptions on his blog: http://www.jimspancakes.com/ It is great fun to find butterflies, an octopus, bridges, buildings, cartoon characters, a 3D dinosaur and even jewelery, all in edible pancake form!

Another admirable lady with great cooking, photography skills and an interesting story shares her recipes and photos daily: http://thepioneerwoman.com

These people do what they do because they enjoy it completely and for us eager readers, the stuff that is shared on such blogs helps us, inspires us and pleases our eyes and hearts.

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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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