난, 울면 돼? 진짜 너무해. 용도없는, 알아. 그냥.
I was in mess, then so did this post come to be. I apologize for the messing grammar and words. *bows*
posted by Ratri Anggardani Prayitno on activities
About my previous post Heart's a Mess, I was inspired by a friend of mine that making a story based on lyrics. Her name's Dessy, and here's her blog: Purple Daisy. I read a post of her about a story which she made from a song lyrics. And I love it. She told a story from her point of view, that made the song itself came alive. Isn't that all about a song, to tell you a story, and so did she.
Since I'm pretty much interested in such writing things, I guess I want make some from my perspective. So here there is, my first post, my first story, my first prosa tag. :D
However, I made it in Bahasa Indonesia because my lack of ability in writing some English literature, sorry for the inconvenience. Hope you can enjoy. :)
P.S.: tante desiii...aku mengadaptasi idemu yaaaa.... :*
“Plakkk!!” sebuah sapaan hangat
dari tangan mungil wanita itu cukup membuat pipimu merona. Dia sempat memakimu
lalu secepat kilat meninggalkanmu terdiam di sana, sendiri. Sempat kau lihat
bayanganmu di kaca air matanya, namun tak pernah kau indahkan itu. Setidaknya
itu yang aku lihat dari matamu. Dari sekian banyak hal serupa olehmu.
It's my late post, continuing Dopamine Booster: Round 1 - Myeong Ga post before. After eating lunch at Myeong Ga, we headed to Ciwalk. Kak Avi said that she wanted to buy some toast at Roppan. Kak Avi and I had almost bought some before, but it wasn't so convenience at that time, so we ended up saving that for another time. Finally, we've got a chance to go there, even though our stomach were already full. But there's always an empty space for dessert right? ;)
Roppan stands for Roppongi Pan, which means "bread that bring happiness" (if I'm not mistakenly recall it. CMIIW). And surely it does. There are a lot of kind of toast at Roppan, I couldn't remember one by one. But one thing for sure, they're all tempting! They were all displayed near the cashier so the customer can chose anything they like through its display shelves then being served right away.
Since we split ways because some circumstances, Kak Avi and I riding a public transportation came earlier than others, so we ordered first. We ended up ordering a Honey Toast Matcha Matcha, a lychee tea, and a peach tea. Honey Toast is a signature dish from Roppan, it's a big chunk of toast bread's crust as a place to put the contents. The contents itself consist of toasted bread (the white part) with honey spread all over it, and on the top of it, there're 3 scoop of green tea ice cream with almond, sweet red bean sauce, and dark chocolate as toppings. It's served with green chocolate paste on each corner of the plates.
|Honey Toast Matcha Matcha|
I remember I posted an article about some old games here. Some of those games need to be executed in a MS-DOS computer. And since there's nothing more like that in present, so they made a system that would just do the same.
DOSBox is an emulator to emulate/simulate an IBM PC compatible computer running the older operating system, MS-DOS. -WikipediaI won't say more detail about it, or how the system works in detail. If you want to know more about DOSBox in detail, just go to Wikipedia, it much more reliable than my blog. haha...
posted by Ratri Anggardani Prayitno on videos
Yay! Right when I needed! \(^0^)/
Yesterday, Kak Avi, a close friend of mine came by from Jakarta, and she said wanna hang out for some time. And there we go, to Myeong Ga, a Korean restaurant, or I should say a Korean food stall in front of Korean groceries. She said she'd been craving for its jajangmyun (자장면, black bean paste noodle) for a long time. It's not just the two of us, there were others who came along with us: Reli, Rendy, and Ican. We were planning to go there for lunch, but for some reasons we end up having a late lunch there. Poor our empty stomach..
Anyway, we decided what we wanted to eat. I ordered sundubu ramyun (순두부 라면, ramyun with tofu and egg), Ican ordered bulgogi kimbab (불고기 김밥, kimbab with bulgogi or roasted meat filling), while Kak Avi, Reli, and Rendy ordered jajangmyun. And we also ordered a portion of tteokbokki (떡볶이, rice cake with sauce) as a snack. They're all emptied in no time after it's served. haha... Guess our empty stomach didn't want to compromise more. :D
Now, here're the pictures that Reli had taken. -all credits goes to her-
|our tteokbokki snack and kimchi|
It's been a hectic weeks of my life. My final project (on my own) deadline will be coming so soon, not more than a month. And I've been doing some extra works everyday about that. I stayed up late till 1 or 2 a.m. for that, well yeah, I'm occasionally did that too although I have nothing to do but internet. :p
Apparently, my brain works its best after dinner time, so most of my works were done in the night. That's why I had to stay awake to the point where my brain couldn't think straight, and my code will be in mess if I still pushing myself to work more. That's just gonna be more work for me.
And because of all that disturbing-mind-things, I even couldn't get a comfy sleeps! *sigh* All I can remember is that I've been dreaming many things regarding my final project, from a nice dream where I finally make it through the end, to a nightmare where I -um, better not telling it here. don't wanna jinx it-
Feel like I was haunted by that thing, wait, It's really haunting me, not just my feeling. And to make it worse, my friends did the same thing, haunting me. Yeah, I really appreciate that they have much care about me, regarding my late on this final project, really glad actually to have friends that keep pushing me to reach my own goal. But, hey, it's not like I didn't make an effort about that. I'm so sorry for not replying your messages, B's. :(