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About me.

Hi!

I am Shilpa Gupte. And, this blog is the abode of my thoughts.

I fell in love with words way back in college, where I unleashed the writer within me in the essays we were expected to write. However, with time,  this budding writer went into hibernation. Life took over. But, along the way, I met a friend, who caught a glimpse of that old spark in me and encouraged me to wield the pen all over again.

It has been nearly three years since I began writing seriously. I wasn't very tech-friendly then, so this blog is courtesy that lovely friend, who held my finger and led me into the blogosphere.

I have been a homemaker since after leaving my job as a school-teacher to take care of my family. However, I like to introduce myself as the mother of my Labrador Retriever son, Chikoo. He is my raison d'etre. The one soul, who is responsible for keeping me "afloat" from the moment he stepped into my world.

This is Chikoo. Isn't he  handsome ?


Many a post revolve around this bundle of fur, who has the ability to drive me insane with his histrionics, as well as turn me all mushy with just a look!

I have always loved writing about my feelings, about things I would love to be heard over the din that the world gets drowned in. And, thus this blog named, feelings.

Apart from Chikoo's tales and musings of my dreamy mind, I have attempted fiction, too.  I hope your visit here is enjoyable. I so hope you find something to take back with you, as a memento, perhaps; a little something that touches a chord, or brings about a few chuckles and brightens up your day!

Do let me know your thoughts about my feelings!

If you wish to contact me, here's my email id:    shilpaa.gupte1@gmail.com

Have a happy blog-tour!


Lots of love,

SHILPA...




Comments

  1. Lovely feelings from a lovely person! Stay blessed dear friend!

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    1. Thank you, Kala! It has all been possible because of some very sweet and caring friends that I have made since I stepped into this blogosphere. And, this page is all thanks to you, my dear! <3

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  2. Nice to know more about you. Just a suggestion, you could give your email id too in here just in case someone wished to reach out to you, you know. :)

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    1. Hey, thank you so much, Darshana!
      And, thanks for the suggestion. I will do that right away! :)

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  3. Too impressed Shilpa...found u a wonderful human being ,friend n writer in first meeting...may u be blessed always....

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