Since the last post, I wanted to update the blog with new entries and always had topics in mind, but never had enough time.
Once when I had time (waiting for the train), I even wrote down a post, but it was a bit too personal to publish.
And, now, when I finally have some time, I am confused with topics. :)
“Life if beautiful”, “The art of saying NO”, etc. are the topics I have in mind. But none goes well with my mood (sleepy after a less slept night; and after a heavy lunch) ;)
So, here comes a simple picture post. The ones who know about my love for keyboards and prime numbers shouldn’t be surprised.
I had been yearning to have a keyboard with no keys printed on it. Finally, I had to get to it by painting the keys myself. Pluck-the-keys, sand-paper-the-keys, spray-paint-the-keys and finally put them back and look at the beautiful, sexy keyboard and smile. And let the satisfaction flow out your mind.
As icing to the cake; as the cherry in the fruit-salad; as the topping of a pizza, I had the extra satisfaction when another keyboard too did go through the same, because of my influence.
Well, the influence took a 180 degree turn, and I found myself printing Malayalam tongue twister on my newly bought white canvas shoes. I had no white shoes, after listening to that little story of a man who wore white shoes, which my dad said long time ago. I never had a pair of canvas shoes after school.
The idea of having something written on the shoes was kind of novel to me. After thinking for a long time, as to what to write on the shoes (other than tongue twisters), prime numbers looked like very good candidates to me. So, now I can tell you random prime numbers even if I am in the middle of a street.
To make things interesting, there are 3-4 non-primes on the shoes and the ones who find them get a drink from me. :)
Signing off, Sands.