Oh my God. HI. How long has it been since my last post on the blog??? I've abandoned my blog since August and I still can't believe it that I did. I mean, Back when I was still in Jakarta, I couldn't stand not to check on my blog and post mindless ramblings in it. But after I moved to Jogja, I started neglecting this baby :" I'm so sorry, that's the first thing I gotta say. But really, life has been a whee for the last entire month. I had to adapt to my new college life and focused on my real life business. Luckily I didn't catch any culture shock regarding my new life aside the fact that I no longer live with my parents, but I can deal with it. Occasionally I'll feel homesick. Like missing the way my parents wake me up for a morning pray or how dad will remind me to take the car to the car washing, etc. I miss my family, but not that much. I mean, at one point in my life I will have to leave them, right? Sooner or later, that step must be taken. So I just take it as a practice. Besides, I've been a really good girl for the past 18 years. And now that I have no parents around to tell me things, I feel free and great. But worry not, pals. I'm still that one quiet girl in town ;)
I'm not having trouble with what I'm learning in the faculty, but turns out it's not as exciting as I thought it would be. So most of the time I get distracted in the class because I'm bored or because the lecturer is too old to even hold the mic and starts speaking. My college life isn't so busy. I just go to the class, sit down, write some notes, and then leave without having anything to do afterwards because somehow my lecturers don't give us any paper to work on. Mm, strange. Anyway, have I told you I just got into Sanggar? While most of the students here apply for law-related organizations, I found myself applying for Sanggar. My friends even asked me in disbelief whether I really did it or not. Well, it's quite strange because for the mean time, I'm only tied down with Sanggar. Maybe because it's my passion? I'm honestly a literature student at heart, and Sanggar's existence means a lot to me. Also, since I'm involved with theater's yearly event, if you happen to be around Jogja or UGM, please do come to my first ever performance next Friday! Details will be posted soon or if you'd like to know more then please do not hesitate to convo me! :)
Nevada dress, unbranded skirt, watch, and necklace
I just got home from today's theater practice and changed my clothes for a very early dinner with my friends. Living far away from my parents with limited money makes it harder for me to pick which clothes should I wear when I go out because my mind is busily trying to remember if I've worn the same clothes twice in the same week. Well, girls. I just don't want to give people the wrong assumption that I never change my clothes just because I don't remember I've worn it too many times, haha. So I picked out my long lost favorite purple dress. But since it was hard for me to walk around the city with short dress, I added an extra length to it. The black midi skirt was the one I used for my orientation days at college. I always knew it would come in handy at unexpected moments, ha! I'm terribly sorry with the photos though. Too much exposure here and they end up looking so bright I can't even see what I'm posting... Sorry. Been months I haven't used my camera and I was too lazy to set the ISO. I still have to take Harry to the repairman since its auto focus is still broken. Might as well somebody suggest me where to go?
Until then, have a nice day! xo