Single No More

Sepertinya, saya harus segera memperbarui halaman ini. Tak lain, karena saya sudah berganti “status” dari yang semula single – but not available, menjadi bener-bener unavailable. :mrgreen:

Iya, saya sudah menikah. Tepatnya, 26 Maret 2011 lalu. Akhirnya, setelah berteman sejak tahun 2005, dan berhubungan dekat sejak 2007 lalu, akhirnya saya bisa menikahi kekasih yang sekarang menjadi istri saya, Yulian Anita.

Acara menikahnya kecil-kecilan sih, akad saja, tidak ada resepsi. Memang sengaja demikian, dan hanya dihadiri oleh beberapa teman dekat dan keluarga. Dan, mohon maaf pada teman-teman yang tidak sempat saya kabari sebelumnya.

Mohon doanya ya, semoga saya dan istri saya menjadi keluarga yang sakinah mawaddah warahmah. Berikut, salah satu foto pernikahan saya.

Yah, ini foto setelah akad nikah di KUA, dan kemudian kita mengadakan sesi foto bersama teman dekat dan juga keluarga yang hadir. Selengkapnya, bisa dilihat di sini sih.

NB: Cerita lengkap bisa dibaca juga di sini.

The Journey, vol.12: The Thought

The meeting went so boring. Nothing’s interesting besides strategic plans which I’ve already known since my departure to Bandung. Well, I had to make some inputs though, but somehow I just didn’t do.

2 hours. Then, coffee break. Yeah, great. At least I had some times to get rid this bored from my head since the meeting started.

I went to the front office room. Seeing to the road. Enjoying the traffic of Bandung’s public transportation and lots of vehicles which is used by Bandung’s residences. And somehow, I remembered my hometown.

It’s not the traffic that I remembered, but the peaceful and also the rarity of traffic jam. Enjoying morning and afternoon walk by foot. Being lonesome, but every step has a story.

Could it be, after this Bandung task I went to my hometown? Just to get rid of deadlines, and also take some break in the middle of business? Would it happen?

It’s been a while since my last time visit to Tasikmalaya. And, I think nothing’s wrong if I asked for a sudden vacation like this to Paulo. But in reality, Paulo isn’t the one I worried about.

I pressed a speed dial on my cellphone. Then, the tone heard.

“Yes Dear, what’s up?” asked Monica directly on the phone. “Miss me, huh? I miss you too.”

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Should I? Would I? Could I?

text message, courtesy of blog.proporta.com
text message, courtesy of blog.proporta.com

So many questions came up when I received a text message from a friend, couple of days ago. A friend that I have never met for more than 3 years. A friend, which became a gorgeous person nowadays – as other people said to me.

She said on the text message,
“Why did you never come back again to your home town? We missed you here.”

The question itself actually never wondered by my self. WHY? Because I never counted how many years, or how long since the last time I stepped my foot on my home town. And now, I knew. Read More