Friday, 20 July 2012

This Is Not a Tale

found this postcard image from one of my lecturers blog.
and that feeling raging on my mind.
feeling of warm, cheerful, happy moment in the past.

Jatujak Weekend Market has been our family
favourite place to go for holiday.
we have gone there six times and never enough.
it has its own charm which really attracts us to come and come again.
I love the ambience, my mom loves the goods sold,
my brother loves the beverages, my dad loves what we love.

it's been five years passing, since our last trip to JJ Mart.
well, I can't figure out what will I do when I have the chance
to go to JJ Mart once again.
it must be super great and delightful.
I want to go to JJ Mart so bad.

five years passed, so many things happened.
perhaps, that's why I'm longing to go to JJ Mart.
I miss the happy, blissful, perfect moment
of going to JJ Mart with my family :')

Thursday, 12 July 2012

Silly Photoshoot Time

my brother have his hair cut in one of the known-man-salon
in Kemang (he found it in this article)
and I think he wants to show it off with ask me
to take photos with him.

edited with Photoshake and Pixlr-o-Matic for Android

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

JSA XVI 2012 Buper Ragunan

such an unforgettable experience,
two days one night with 43 "angels in disguise",
we do lots of fun activities together!
I really really enjoy that moment
and wish to have it once again :')

well, JSA = Jambore Sahabat Anak.
I won't share about JSA long-winded here,
more info about the event, visit Sahabat Anak website.
(news coverage from MetroTV, check it here)

I attended JSA, 7-8 July 2012.
there were about 1000 street children + 700 adults (as comittee
and children companion).
at first I thought it will be like other social project
I've ever attended.
but I found it wrong. TOTALLY WRONG.

I don't know, but JSA was really different.
it is so different that I can't even forget
about every enjoyable moment I passed through the days.
I've never felt this happy before, after I joined
any social project alike.
but now, two days passed already and I still feel the enjoyment
and so grateful because I've got the opportunity to spent a night
with 43 children from IPPA (Ikatan Peduli Pendidikan Anak)
Rawamalang, Cilincing.

the very first thing that really suprised me was
when I greeted some of the girls,
they enthusiastically said, "hi Kak Stella".
they were not only said hi back to me, but also got themselves
closer to me, looked so interested in me.
this warm greetings never happened before
throughout my experiences being children companion :')

here, take a peek to the manual book of JSA. hho

I wish some day I can join JSA again
and have the same unforgettable moments
like I have had.

and here is some snapshots taken during the activities ;)