Friday, 25 March 2011
Thursday, 17 March 2011
Tuesday, 8 March 2011
A Letter To Stephani Haryanto
Jakarta, 5.47 am
January 16, 2011
I suddenly miss you!
it's been two hours I'm stalking your blog
saving your pictures and preparing to keep it before you go to China
preparing to be tough when your gone
here they are..
here they are..
this tears starting me down, mellow.. just for thinking about ya.
can you just stay here?
can you just accompany me, here..
we could share many things,
we could sing our favorite songs out loud together,
we could buy our favorite foods, remember that you like fine dining so much and dress up beautifully,
we could hurt each other (sounds so wrong, but ya know.. the 'jambak-tendang-tabok' things, i will miss em that much)
we could buy a drink and feel free to get drunk all night long,
we could do our great time together! :( :( :(
will you be the same like the old you when you got there?
will you remember me, missing me like i do to you?
will you stopping your busy thingy right there for a second just to say "Hi" to me on a chat-room?
will you keep posting your blog like i asked you on our last meeting?
will you send me your digital hug when i feel so damn tired and sad, when i need you?
ah, when you read it i can't hear your answer. :( :( :(
promise me you'll be okay over there,
promise me you'll hit your cousin's value!
promise me you'll be back soon with your new you,
and promise me that you'll never give up with this long distance relationship between us! (sound so weird..)
but well well..
i won't say goodbye to you..
here is my letter, hope you'll smiling next to your window at the plane and watch the sky and i down here..
just like Rangga smiling back to Cinta, you know..
and I'll be Cinta waiting you here..
waiting you come back to Jakarta again and bring me your best!
have a safe flight Omaaa..
I love you, my truly friend of mine. :)
The show was ended at 10 pm, so after that we’re moving to Bandar Djakarta to get a dinner. And then at midnite coming, we’re going to the beach and walking barefoot in the white sands and play a swing near by the beach, having a nice conversation, enjoying the fresh air and laugh out loud like we were still a child. At that night we got plenty stories and humors to tell, and we shared it. You know, i’m gonna miss every single day we’ve been done through this year together, Oma, Apli... I love love love you two. :)
Monday, 7 March 2011
Went out to Kelapa Gading Mall with Apli to hunt and buy a sweater for Oma, to warm her in the winter before she's going to China on next Sunday. And then having lunch at Sagoo, a Chinese resto that serve Indonesian foods, as you can see a bit by these pictures above that they bringing us back to the 70-90’s memories! They sell some ‘jajanan’ and old stuffs that we really hard to find in this year lately, like at this picture, have you ever heard a drink called, ‘badak’? Haha, i’ve never! This is the second time i came here and i still want it more next time, it’s a nice place to chill.
On the next couple hours we met Oma and watching No Strings Attached. So romantic, here i come to put a quote on that film, “if you come any closer, i’ll never let you go.” That was Ashton Kutcher said to Natalie Portman when he try to convinced her to accept his love. That was sooo romantic! I want him!!! Yeaa, but well then, before we’re going back home, Oma and i decided to come in the Forbidden Dynasty Qin, a kind of Chinese haunted house at La Piazza. No need to ask... we obviously scared of that creepy thingy on that dark jungle setting in there. But i reference it to you who want to practice screaming with your mate. A perfect place to release your scream out loud. Enjoy! ;)
Before accompanying my mom to take a therapy to her breast cancer at Kalibata, we’re having a nice lunch at Dapur Sunda, Pancoran. They served a very good foods and drinks. We love it! And the place was cool enough for a sundanese resto, cause when i first came in it feels like I’m in japanese resto with the "lesehan" combine the windows that similar to a shoji door that i usually watch on the Japanese movie, in other way, the tables set on like a tatami room. Hmm.. am i the only one who have this vision? :D
There are over than 5 rooms in the villa, but that night we decided to sleep on a same room. So here we are 5 boys and 4 girls on the room and been so closed for trying to share some jokes, asking silly questions and singing out loud before we go to sleep together. Fun! Really fun.
And the next day we’re having lunch at Bumi AKI, a Sundanese resto. We got a nice view to looking the green mountain out there. And after that we’re back to villa again and got napping a while before we continued our last dinner at some hotel (I’ve got a lost memory to remember the place) but anyway, we got the foods and watching a live soccer of Indonesia-Philippines together. And then we go back home with a great time in mind. So happy! :)