Both share the same name with a different surname of course!
One, who I had promised, almost 2 years ago, that I would be obliged to say something about her on my blog, while I had promised the other few days back and who has indirectly urged me to write this. There is a correlation that they share the same name (I guess)!
In our lifetime, we have all experienced people who embolden and exhort us to achieve either, their dreams or of our own. But there are very few who are a motivating factor, a driving force to us in their own simple little ways, by showing what they do and how they do it. This is the real story of these 2 young girls who indirectly brought something out of mothballs.
To make it less confusing to the reader’s, I would address them as R.S and R.D.
R.S. is pretty quirky, ingenious with her writing skills and my heart skips a beat when I read stuff on her blog. Her brain somehow works out of the box and I have personally felt that she has a higher cognitive process which gives it a spark. Well, she is a super talented young girl, and, so far her writing has been awe-inspiring and melodramatic, which has motivated me to write. I had a blog of my own in the year 2007! That was the first one created (followed by 3 – 4 other blogs of my own), where I would write occasionally. By the time I used to decide to put up a next post, I would forget the password and lose interest in it, although, writing has been my passion since childhood. I would say inherently, people do lose interest with their own passions and there comes along someone who has enough competence to bring back the interest that was earlier lost. So, here is a token of gratitude to my darling niece Rhea Srikantan.
To peek through her writing, please follow her blog:-
R.D. is a budding artist! I first started doodling in 2014, when I was inspired by my batch mate, Mihika, after which I do not know if I lost interest or if I was finding an excuse of not being so interested in it. After a year, on my Facebook newsfeed, popped up, exquisite & intricate doodles and were meticulous. My eyes glued to her art work because it was simply phenomenal. Every time I view those, I wonder how one has the patience! The work being definitely breathtaking and impressive, I thought of giving it a try. I gave it a search on GOOGLE – “math doodle art* and here they are which definitely tested my patience. This took hours for me to complete while my husband patiently gazing at those lines and constantly saying that it has to look neat! (by that time I had already lost it!)
R.D. has the artistic way of exhibiting her work. It has the purest form of dedication, endurance and her beautiful persona attached to it. Her work says a lot about her – her profound ideas attached to it would make people love her more for her pragmatic thinking and subtle work. This young girl has brought out a lot of positivity in me and kept me busy! I can write pages about my grandniece - Rhea D'Mello (does make me feel a bit older now), for her work has been heart-warming to me. For you to know more about this doodler, here is the link that you must follow:-
Because of 2 of my lovely niece's, I make a list of every creative idea I can think of and have a look at it whenever I’m blanking out. Thank you both!