Itsumo Kokoro Ni, Aosora Wo.

Hi folks :)
How have you been doing? I wish everything's great. It's been so long since i wrote the last story from my daily life. Was i disappear? Of course not. hahaha. I was just too busy with school activities, project activities, and also leasure activities (LOL). 
During the timebeing i went to Tokyo Joypolis--a kind of amusement park in Odaiba and got  extremely dizzy after riding Power Sled (i was rolling for 720degree about 5 times!), then i had a chance to watch Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1 which was a really great movie, then , i also had a chance to go hiking to Mt. Takao last Saturday. Well, those were the leasure activities! and i won't tell you the other activities. ahahaha.
Anyway, what is that picture about? So, today i had a class. In that class, after the professor explain some materials of the class, he always shows us some videos each week. The video are mostly from NHK program called プロフェッショナル. The video that i watched today was about a Japanese woman who works as UNICEF Representative in Tajikistan. The content of the video was very touching and i was almost crying in the classroom (hiks..T_T). And i love one quote that the Japanese woman said..「いつも心に、青空を。」 which 'maybe' means always feel the blue sky in our heart.
Well, okay i think that's all that i want to talk about. 
And if you are interested to watch the video, you can access the video here ( it's in Japanese and i guess you need to pay around 315 yen to watch though, sorry).
So, have a good day all :D


A Lovely Couple I ♥

one of my favorite scenes, so touching, they're the best couple in Gossip Girl


Ied Mubarak (Ied Adha 1431H)

Hello everybody!! It's getting so cold day by day. And the weather today was one of the coldest days so far and believe me it's killing me so bad! I couldn't even differ is it autumn or winter already? hehehe. Then I finally caught a flu after a very very long time being a healthy teenage (i hope a-21-years-old-girl is still counted as a teenage ;p). Wish me get better so soon ;)
Well, anyway today i went to Indonesian School at Meguro, Tokyo to pray Idul Adha. Luckily i didn't have a class at all so i could celebrate the day with joy unlike last year :D
I went there together with almost all Indonesian students in my campus then we met other Indonesians there.
FYI, the pray was also attended by Indonesian Vice President Mr. Boediono and wife, and also some ministries of the country. One of them is Mr. Hatta Rajasa, the Ministry of Economic Affair, who also gave a khutbah after the pray. Somehow i felt thankful for ever seeing them directly here in Tokyo  *not only in TV ;p* (i also attended a meeting with the Vice President, Ministries, and also Indonesian Ambassador for Japan two days before). Because maybe i would never have that opportunity if i stayed in my own country. hehe.
Then after the celebration at Indonesian School over, me, Dhilla, Mbak Rani, Mas Asad, Rama, and Akira (too bad Ayu and Mamet who went together with us had to gome home earlier) went to Shibuya to eat Lamb curry :D Why Lamb curry?? I don't know for sure but celebrating Idul Adha doesn't feel complete without eating lamb!! hehehe..and i ♥ lamb curry!! ;9
We also tooks some purikura photos!! Yeayy \(^o^)/
So, again, Ied Mubarak friends! 


The 119th Nodai Harvest Festival

Hellooo people! I'm back after those tiring days starting from the preparation till the 2 and a half days of selling indonesian mie goreng at The 119th Nodai Harvest Festival. So, this is my second time joining the harvest festival, but what happened during this year's festival was soooo much different with the last year's. Lots of unpredictable situations happened. And the most unexpected thing was the number 14 typhoon, which then known as Chaba Typhoon, hit most of Japan's eastern area, including Kanto area. So, the second day of the festival was really hard. It was raining heavily, then the wind was also getting stronger since the typhoon was getting closer. Since i was in the promotion section, so i wore a raincoat  (thanks to Dhilla for lending me the raincoat ^^) and tried to promote mie goreng together with my promotion partner, Rama. Cold, wet, frustated (haha), a lil bit down, maybe that's how i felt on the second day. Moreover, on that day, we could only open the store until 12 pm, because of the typhoon. sigh. Then to attrack customer, we lowered the price from 300yen to 200yen. Even it's quite effective to attract customer, but we couldn't get so much profit because of it.
Anyway, overall, harvest festival this year, is all about training my muscles. hehehehehe. just kidding (but also true actually ;p).
*sorry i don't have any photos to post*