Hhhh….akhir2 ini jadi sering ga bisa tidur alias insomnia nih. Ga tau deh kenapa. Banyak yang dipikir kali yah… -.-”
Akhir2 ini memang lagi muter otak buat ngembangin bisnis online. Mungkin saking banyak yang harus dpikir jadi ga bisa tidur deh.
Ngomongin bisnis online shop, gw ama adek gw lg mo bikin terobosan baru. Moga2 aja bisa berhasil deh usaha kali ini. Amiiiinnn… ^.^
Papah pernah bilang, buat cewek lebih baik dicintai daripada mencintai. Mungkin ada benarnya. Tapi buat aku, dicintai orang tidak kita cintai adalah melelahkan. Buat aku itu merupakan beban. Jelas-jelas kamu ga cinta tapi kamu harus menerima cinta dari orang itu. Terus-terusan menerima cinta tanpa bisa balas memberikan orang itu cinta yang tulus bukankah lama kelamaan yang ada justru hanyalah perasaan bersalah? Ujung-ujungnya kita mau menerima orang itu hanya karena rasa bersalah dan kasihan. Menurutku itu ga adil. Buat orang itu apalagi. Aku ga bahagia, dia juga menderita. Buat apa?
Kalau harus memilih, kurasa aku lebih memilih untuk mencintai. Meskipun mungkin akan terluka tapi setidaknya aku sudah berusaha untuk mengejar cinta itu. Bukan hanya duduk diam dan menerima cinta dari orang yang ga aku cintai. Meskipun belum tentu mendapatkan cinta yang aku mau, tapi karena sudah berusaha, aku ga akan menyesalinya. I think that’s the art of love.
Kenapa ya gw jd orang kok moody banget. Begitu mood lg down semuanya jd nyebelin. Bahkan sesuatu atau orang yg biasanya gw suka aja jd nyebelin. Bikin bete! Rasanya pengen teriak “Apaan seh! Gangguin gw aja! Sono pergi aja jauh2!! Bikin gw tambah bete ajaaaa!!”
Susah banget buat ngilangin ini. Hhhhh….gimana ya caranya biar mood gw baek terus??? Kalo gini terus lama2 semua orang bisa kabur begitu ngeliat gw. Huaaaaa… T.T
Lee Jun Ki….nama lama…tapi baru nyadar ternyata keren juga. Hahaha…
Abis nonton Time Between Dog and Wolf. Dan kesimpulannya adalah….KEREN BANGET!!! Top abiz deh pokoknya. Ga nyangka bakal sebagus ini. Empat jempol deh buat ni pilem. Ceritanya, aktornya, karakternya, aktingnya, endingnya, everything is just so perfecto! I love it!
Dan seperti biasanya, efek yg paling signifikan adalah….pasti jadi ngefans ama aktornya. Hahaha…
Lee Jun Ki, kesan pertamaku sama dia yaitu pas berakting jd badut feminim yg jd pelampiasan nafsu rajanya di The King and The Clown. Dan asli aku ga suka deh. Cantik banget disitu! *ga suka apa ngiri yah? Haha* Ternyata, aktingnya boleh juga tuh. N yang pasti skrg udah lebih cowok. And keren! Wkwkwkwk…
Jang Geun Suk and Kim Jae Wook in one drama!! Can that be true?? Yes it is!!! OH MY GOD!!! Can life be more perfect than that??? Damn! So jealous to Moon Geun Young! She’s so damn lucky!!
Kim Jae-wook joins Mary Stayed Out All Night
by javabeans | September 20, 2010
…which will now be known as The Greatest Trendy Drama Casting EVAR. Okay, maybe just this year. But oh, happy day!
Jang Geun-seok AND Moon Geun-young AND Kim Jae-wook, together in a love triangle?? Where are you, November?
Mary Stayed Out All Night is the manhwa-adapted KBS drama that gets the heroine tangled up in not one but TWO contract marriages. Writing is In Eun-ah (Goong); directing is Hong Seok-gu (Kyung-sook, Kyung-sook’s Father).
Kim’s Jung-in character is a “perfect” guy with the kdrama triple threat of brains, beauty, and money, with whom Mary has been betrothed since childhood. Complications arise when she meets Mu-gyul, Jang Geun-seok’s free-spirited hippie/indie rock singer character. Yes, Kim is technically the second lead, but I’m expecting this to be an epic love triangle — at least I hope so. (The best love triangles are the ones that give me the most trouble deciding who to root for, because I like that angst to be as organic as possible.)
Kim Jae-wook made an impression with his pretty face in 2007′s Coffee Prince as “Waffle Sun-ki,” but has been, in my mind, just another beautiful celeb who had yet to prove any acting talent. That was until he took on the nuanced, volatile, and vulnerable character of the damaged chaebol in this year’s Bad Guy, and knocked that role out of the park. I was thrilled to see him break out and show real charisma and acting talent, which may have not been polished but was all the more compelling for its raw intensity.
I can’t WAIT to see this drama now!
Mary Stayed Out All Night airs in KBS’s Monday-Tuesday slot following Sungkyunkwan Scandal, and premieres November 8.
“Orang pintar banyak, tapi yang pengertian jarang.”
Memang benar. Banyak orang pintar tp sedikit sekali yang bisa mengerti dan memaklumi kesulitan orang lain.
Jarangnya ada orang yang mau melihat dari sudut pandang orang lain membuat seseorang selalu saja mengeluh, complain, merasa dirinya yang paling benar, merasa orang lain begini dan begitu tanpa mau mencoba untuk mencari tahu kenapa orang itu begini atau begitu. Padahal jika dia mau sedikit saja menggeser sudut pandang pemikirannya, mungkin dia bisa lebih memahami apa yang orang lain rasakan dan pikirkan.
Dan kurasa, point of view atau sudut pandang seseorang dalam menilai sesuatu merupakan titik penting jika seseorang ingin menjadi orang yg bisa mengerti orang lain.
Think positive, and the world will be so much better place!
“Mo cari yang kaya apa lagi?” Pertanyaan itu sering banget wara wiri mampir di telingaku. Seolah aku ini barang yg ga berharga dan ga punya hak untuk memilih sesuatu (or in my case, seseorang) yg memang aku suka.
Kadang aku bertanya2, “Apa salah kalau aku ingin mencari pendamping yg memang aku suka dr hati?” Dan selalu mendapatkan jwban yang sama, “Tidak”.
Sama sekali tidak sedang menyalahkan orangtua yg pengen aku cepet dpt pendamping. Tp bukan berarti juga kan sama sapa aja boleh? Kadang merasa seolah ada label dengan tulisan “SALE” di mukaku. Dan jujur kdg merasa terhina. Ada sedikit perasaan terluka juga.
Memang cuma mereka yg pengen cepet dpt menantu? Kurasa keinginanku buat cepet dpt cowok juga ga kalah besarnya dr keinginan mereka. Malah mungkin jauh lebih besar. Tp ini masalah hati. Aku bukannya mencari seseorang yg ‘sempurna’. Bukan juga bermimpi untuk dapet pacar yg punya tampang ‘artis’. Apalagi berkhayal untuk jd istri bos muda yg kaya raya atau anak multi millionaire.
Aku masih sadar,
Rafael Nadal ga mungkin jadi pacarku.
Jang Geun Suk ga mungkin naksir aku.
Mike He juga ga mungkin melirik padaku.
Aku masih tau diri.
Aku cuma cari cowok yg bisa bikin hatiku bergetar. Cowok yg bisa membuatku mengatakan “He’s the one”.
Apa itu keterlaluan?
I don’t know…
What do you think??
In random order:
– Rafael Nadal (Tennis player)
– Jang Geun Suk
– Mike He
– Edison Chen
– Deng Chao
– Hyun Bin
– Hu Ge
– Stephen Fung
– Daniel Wu
– Kim Jae Wook
– Kim Nam Gil
– Kingone Wang
– Lee Wei
– Tony Leung Chiu Wai
– Roy Qiu
I think that’s all…..for now? ^.^
Rafael Nadal: Modest King
By Neil E. Schlecht – Monday, September 13, 2010
Rafael Nadal began his career as the ruler of relatively small provinces, the terre battue of Roland Garros and the red clay of his native Spain. Just out of his teens, though, he audaciously announced his intention to expand his fiefdom to the grasses of London, where Roger Federer’s Wimbledon reign was considered invincible.
Most thought Nadal, well, delusional. But true to his determined vision, he dethroned Federer, supplanted him as leader of men’s tennis and promptly announced that next on his list of desired conquests was Flushing Meadows.
Today he gobbled that up, too. I guess we should have believed him when he spoke.
When he spake?
Though Nadal has demonstrated himself to be ruthless on court, lording over his subjects and summarily banishing them en route to nine major championships and 42 titles, off court he’s anything but imperious. His conqueror persona seems like a character he plays in competition.
With his violently torqued topspin forehand, Nadal’s game is thoroughly modern. His demeanor, though, is decidedly Old World.
Away from the rigid geometrical confines of a tennis court, Nadal is a gracious and modest young man, with impeccable manners and respect not only for his rivals but pretty much everyone he comes into contact with: journalists, ballboys, tournament directors, drivers.
If you think this is a kid who was raised right, you’re correct. He may have been taught to be a great tennis player, but he wasn’t necessarily groomed to conquer the tennis world.
Nadal is famously family-centric. This multimillionaire Mallorcan still lives in his inland boyhood town, Manacor, in a John Boy Walton-like townhouse with each segment of his extended family on a different floor. His coach is his unpaid uncle. The divorce of Nadal’s parents, which came as he turned 23, was every bit as debilitating as the patella tendonitis that marred his 2009 season.
Nadal carries his own bags and, despite his fortune and worldwide fame, doesn’t expect to be granted extraordinary privileges. His parents and Uncle Toni have taught him how privileged he already is.
As a tennis player, Nadal doesn’t assume his very complete game is unassailable. He believes he can continually improve. That’s why just two days before the beginning of the 2010 US Open – the title he professed to covet more than any other – Nadal was tinkering with his service action, slightly altering the grip. That audaciousness and willingness to adapt, which immediately garnered him another 10 to 12 mph on his serve and about a 10 percent improvement in points won on serve, is a major reason Nadal is the champion he is.
“I go to practice every day not to practice; I go to practice every day to try to learn something and to keep improving my level,” Nadal said after his throttling of Mikhail Youzhny in the semifinal.
Nadal may be alone at the top, but he is happy to share the spotlight. He rarely misses an opportunity to extol Federer as the “best of the history.” Even as he rules in their head-to-head matchups, in Nadal’s mind, Roger is the greatest ever, and the Spaniard is merely pleased to share the stage with him.
There’s a video clip, famous because it is thought to reveal a shocking side of Federer, from the aftermath of their epic battle in Melbourne in 2009. But it may be more revealing about Nadal.
At the close of their spectacular, five-set Australian Open final, Federer broke down in tears, unable to make it through his runner-up acceptance speech before a stunned crowd. It was a supremely awkward moment. The camera panned to Federer’s speechless wife, Mirka, and then to Nadal, the victor waiting to accept the trophy.
As Federer tearfully retreated from the podium, Nadal stepped forward to give him a reprieve. But instead of grabbing the mic and celebrating another victory in a major, Nadal, then just 22, instinctively approached Federer and threw an arm around his rival’s neck, putting the Swiss in a friendly headlock. Nadal whispered words of encouragement in his ear, and Federer found a way to compose himself.
Nadal wasn’t about to allow his friend suffer an embarrassment of that order. It was a striking moment, an act of generosity from the young mensch, Nadal. And it went to the core of the immense respect and friendship he shares with his comrade and fellow champion.
On court after his semifinal victory on Saturday, on a brilliant blue-skied day that eerily recalled another Sept. 11, Nadal made a point of addressing the lingering pain of that day. He later acknowledged his annual pilgrimages to Ground Zero – something most of the public and press were never privy to. In a time of famously self-centered athletes with limited interests, for years Nadal ventured to lower Manhattan each time he came to New York, but he never invited publicity. He went because he wanted to pay his respects.
Nadal surely didn’t envision those visits as part of staking his claim to New York real estate. But at just 24, a shockingly young age to possess a career Grand Slam, Nadal has quietly paid his dues.
After what we’ve been privileged to witness over the past six years or so, who would’ve expected anything different?
September 14 2010, New York, E.U
It’s official, at only 24, Rafa Nadal has become the seventh man to complete the career Grand Slam, and the youngest to accomplish the feat in the Open Era. He also joins tennis greats Rod Laver, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer as the fourth man to win three consecutive Grand Slam championships in the Open Era.
The match, filled with fantastic shotmaking by both men and interrupted by a thunderstorm a day after it was postponed by rain, ended with a 6-4, 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 scoreline.
“First thing, congratulations, Nole and his team, for a great tournament. You are a great player, and you will win this trophy soon, I am sure of it,” Rafa said to his friend and opponent. “It is more than I ever dreamed (to win the US Open). It is amazing to be here in this final for me. Just to get to the final was amazing, and now to have the trophy, it is unbelievable.”
‘Nole’ (who was also fighting to win his first US Open title) was all smiles at the trophy ceremony. “It’s a great honour to be here again [in the final] after three years,” Djokovic said “I would like to congratulate Rafa and his team for an amazing tournament.
“He is the best player in the world and he absolutely deserves this title,” he continued. “He has the capabilities already now to become the best player ever,” Djokovic said. “I think he’s playing the best tennis that I’ve ever seen him play on hard courts. He has improved his serve drastically — the speed, the accuracy. And, of course, his baseline (game) is as good as ever.”
Along these impressive records, the world No.1 has also stretched his Grand Slam winning streak to 21 matches after winning the French Open in June and then Wimbledon in July. No man had won those three tournaments in the same year since Rod Laver won a true Grand Slam in 1969. Now Rafa heads to the Australian Open in January with a chance to claim a Rafa Slam of four consecutive major championships — something that also hasn’t been done since Laver.
From the moment Rafa broke his opponent in the first game of the match, fans sensed it would be Rafa’s night in New York City.
Djokovic fought hard and never gave up. After a rain delay lasting nearly two hours, he emerged with purpose to level the match at one set all.
Djokovic faded a little at the beginning of the third set, even more by the end, and he had nothing left in the fourth. After three hours and 43 minutes, Rafa finally stood at championship point, and his place in history was secured when Djokovic sent a forehand long, prompting the world number one to fall to his knees in celebration while his family and friends leapt to their feet in the stands.