September 23, 2009 § 1 Comment
Love is something difficult huh? I have no doubt to agree with it.
September 19, 2009 § 2 Comments
Chuck On Pygmy
The lead character is a 13-year-old foreign exchange student sent to live with a suburban, white, middle-class family. Oh, and they’re Christians. The visit is for six months, and he’s one of a dozen similar kids, all shipped to America to live with typical families. The secret truth is that Pygmy is a terrorist, trained since infancy in martial arts, chemistry and radical hatred of the United States. He has six months to build a prize-winning project for the National Science Fair. If he succeeds, he and his project will go to Washington, D.C. for the finals competition — where the project will explode, killing millions. So far, Gerry Howard says it’s the best book I’ve done. Fingers crossed for luck.
I REALLY WANT TO BUY IT!
Wait for me at Periplus, darling!
September 18, 2009 § 4 Comments
I love to sit next to the window, try to capture what’s outside the window! Actually, there is a graveyard beside of my house, you can see trough the window, while at the other side, you may see some tress. For me, I better be on the tree view side. It’s not as scary at the other side. Hahaha.
September 12, 2009 § 4 Comments
One of the most wise friends I have ever had, Nadira Quamila. 🙂
September 9, 2009 § Leave a comment
Blue Sky Collapse
Music and Lyrics by Adhitia Sofyan
As I walk to the end of the line
I wonder if I should look back
To all of the things that were said and done
I think we should talk it over
Then I noticed the sign on your back
It boldly says try to walk away
I go on pretending I’ll be ok
This morning it hits me hard that
Still everyday I think about you
I know for a fact that’s not your problem
But if you change your mind you’ll find me
Hanging on to the place
Where the big blue sky collapse
As I stare at the wall in this room
The cracks they resemble your shadow
When everyday I see time goes by
In my head everything stood still
I’m waiting for things to unfreeze
Till you release me from the ice block
It’s been floating for ages washed up by the sea
And it’s drowning, thought you should know that
You see people are trying
To find their way back home
So I’ll find my way to you
I’m messed up without him. Without this super duper business I think I’ll attempt to suicide.