English

For My Non-Indonesian friends. I rarely write in English. But he’re some of them, and looking forward to write more in English.

Discharged

Been staying at the hospital to take care of my daughter. She’s now discharged, thank God.

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

I’ve always been a big fan of the 1980’s sitcom, Cheers and even dreamt of visiting the friendly bar. In the mean time I’m quite happy with my own version of Cheers just near our home which I regularly visit for

Jump!

The prompt for #inktober day 10 is “JUMP”. That’s exactly what I feel like doing every time I’m on a tall building or cliff or any high places.

Broken

“Broken” is the prompt for #Inktober day 9. Just a reminder to reduce my coffee consumption. Have been drinking wayyy too much lately..  

Rock!

This one is dedicated to Ronnie James Dio, who popularised the horn sign gesture now widely used by rockers on stage. It even has its own emoji= \m/ 🙂

Lost

Just trying to spontaneously draw what’s on top of my head with the prompt “Lost” and this came out 😀

Sad

This is still part of the Inktober challenge. Todays prompt is “Sad.” Well nothing makes a parent sad than a sick child. We spent the first 4 days of October attending to her at the hospital. Now recovering. Thank God

Hungry

Todays prompt is “Hungry.” So here it is.. Some call this stinky beans, smelly beans or bitter beans. In Indonesia we call it ‘Petai” or “Pete”. Its peculiar smell and taste can increase your appetite. At least for me