February 25, 2011

Time is Coming...

....whether we like it or not. There are things that couldn't be changed in life, one of them is farewell. Look at your life, how many person have you "leaved" behind, how many who have leaved their footprints, how many have you forgotten?


You can forget faces, you can forget names, but you can forget feelings. There are similar feeling shared before. Love, hate, sad, happy. When we observe what we had together at the past day, we'll smile and be grateful, how God has united all of us. 


Then we have to cope with new life, in very different places, away one from another. Then we realize how important our relationship are, how we managed it like it was ordinary things, but then turns into extraordinary one. It was our daily routine, like breathing air, something we seldom appreciate. Then we lost our oxygen, we just realize how essential it is. How our bonds are real.


....so as Sawamura says,"if separating make us stronger, then why not?"
So.. until we meet again?

February 15, 2011

Perfect Day are...

1. Waking Up Late

2. Listening Katy Perry's Firework and James Morrison's You Give Me Something while waiting boyfriends comes bringing me breakfast :p

3. Gloomy weather outside and even I don't care because who even want to go outside?

4. Hugging my teddy bear tight.

5. Busy picking out which DVD's should be spent all this day long.

Happy Holiday!

 

February 06, 2011

Happy Birthday Nyomnyooom!

I am officialy broke.

This February is my boyfriend's birthday, and I decide to give him a gift which..um, has spent most of my monthly money. So, the result is I should struggle to hold my shopping will, but this Aksara Annual Sale makes it harder. Oh, maybe I could stop shop clothes and shoes for a while, but not for books! They rarely arrange sale for book, so yes, go for it!

These what I purchased. George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt by Lucy and Stephen Hawking, Officialy Guide to House TV Series, and Collection of Sherlock Holmes case. Got a great deal, by saving 20-30% for them! Happy!

Beside that, I also get The Necromancer by Michael Scott (it is the fourth book of The Alchemist, remember?) and The Grand Design by Stephen Hawking. I really love physic, even I am not working on it now. Thanks to my high school teacher, who was introducing me to Hawking and his book.

And now, the homework is to write the review of all those books. I've already finished one, you can read it here, and wish that I could have spare time to create the rest. Life happens fast, too many works to do, and so little time.  As other people expect, I do want some extra times in a day, but I think we should be grateful with 24 hours-a-day, shouldn't we?


Last, but not least, don't bother to watch, I share my photos with friends when we were on stress, calculating cash budgeting or even create some silly analysis for other companies. hope I will see you soon! :D