A table for four person, Dad, Mom, Sis, and I It is definitely the best graduation present that I can ask for
29th July 2016, I took my flight back to Jakarta. Mixed feelings came out: happy, sad, excited, curious... But then again, I remember it's been almost half a year. I miss my dad, miss my mom and of course my big sister.
At the time I arrived, the humidity welcomes me. Gosh, I forgot how hot my hometown was. With all the wind, we still need air conditioner everywhere. Even inside the airport, the temperature disturbs me a bit. I took uber to drove me home, and guess what? It took me 3 hours to get me home, well not exactly home because my dad picked me up. I was so happy to meet him, after all these months.
One month and a half is surely fast. I didn't even notice how much I did for these few weeks. I met some new people, I met some old friends. I even tried to meet every single of my social circle, well obviously I couldn't make it, but at least I tried.
The best thing about this holiday is... My graduation. After 1 year studying abroad, in Paris, in Europe, finally I can transfer some subjects to fulfill the requirements to get my degree, bachelor degree. Well after took care of some things for the graduation ceremony, I finally got my degree Sarjana Humaniora, at 25th of August. It was really touching, well you see, I met my friends with the same year, and I was really happy that I could graduate with the same year with them. The next best thing on the list is when I had dinner with my family. Having a divorced parents in Indonesia isn't as easy as it seems, especially when it ended with a conflict. A table for four person, Dad, Mom, Sis, and I. It is definitely the best graduation present that I can ask for.
Another thing that makes me happy is... When I had a chance to meet my girls, I mean like seriously. They are the love of my life, the sprinkles to my cupcakes! My college and my junior high friends never let me down.
Also, my friends that I met in Paris. Some of them already returned to Indonesia for good. To continue their living, their work and so on. What a relief to see them again, grab some drinks and having small talks, or even big projects. My blessing is always with them, I hope we could grow together, even though separately, in our own direction to become a successful person in the future.
I also spent much time to satisfy my tongue, Indonesian cuisine never disappoint me. Well this time I'm 10 times more careful. Last time I got back home in March, I got toxicated. I will share what I ate in my page.