Minggu, 14 Oktober 2012 - , , , 0 komentar

break broke broken

Hello (again),
Finally can post 'something' to my blog..

Okay, i'll tell you about my love story..
So many times didn't tell you about that, isn't it?

After all this time we are together,
I, (more precisely) WE decided to break up ! 


There are so many people 'want to knooow', or i always call them '(KEPO) or knowing every particulary objects'
So i just made the conclusion of this story, in 4 BIG question ~

1. "How do you feel, rahmi ?"
Everyone knows, how it feels

2. "So what will you do, after it was over?"

3. "When did you decide to breaking up?"
July, 2012

4. "Why you share your story, NOW?"
Because i need to dress up my feelings before shared to you

dulu berdua, sekarang berdua sama bayangan~

So many tears I’ve cried 
So much pain inside 
But baby It ain’t over ‘til it’s over 
So many years we’ve tried
To keep our love alive 
But baby it ain’t over ‘til it’s over 
(It ain't over till it's over - Lenny Kravitz)

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Keep loving me guys, AMY :)
Jumat, 28 September 2012 - , , , , , , , , , 0 komentar


Parepare is a city (kota) in South Sulawesi, Indonesia, located on the southwest coast of Sulawesi, about 155 km (96 mi) north of the provincial capital of Makassar. A port town, it is one of the major population centers of the Bugis people. The city has a population of 129,542 people, according to the 2010 Census.

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With love,
AMY :)
Rabu, 26 September 2012 - , , , , 0 komentar


Hello dear,
Alhamdulillah i'm baaaaacccckkk .. :D

This is our POSKO
Jl. Bau Massepe, Kel.Cappagalung, Kec.Bacukiki Barat, Pare pare, Sulawesi Selatan.

Me and My Friends : 
Arini Ansar, Nurul Annisa, and Me as "Geng Gong" :p

all Girls Crew :D

Keep loving me guys,
XOXO, amy :)

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Happy (late) Eid

Assalamualaikum gorgeous,

Happy (late) eid,
Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of the month of Ramadan. The end of fasting and the emergence of a clean soul, that is free of all evil habits. It’s the perfect moment to usher spirituality, peace and brotherhood. It is a celebration of devotion, dedication, sincerity and honesty which the ardent disciples show during the month of fasting. The holy month of Ramadan culminates with Eid-ul-Fitr. Eid-ul-Fitr is all about fasting, feasting, worshipping and unifying. Sharing greetings and wishes is an important ritual of the festivity.
So, i will sharing my pictures on Eid ul-Fitr, enjoy :)

What i wear,

 M E  :)

This is our silly face -__-"

Happy (late) eid ul-fitr guys..
May Allah forgive us, aameeen o:)

Rabu, 15 Agustus 2012 - , , , , 0 komentar

hello, i'm back (again)

Sorry for the late post.
Long time no write on this blog..
I'm carrying out a project,
i call it " the real working class " or in Indonesia : Kuliah Kerja Nyata (KKN)
That's why i'm so busy right now :p, hihi

and this is my photo before go to Pare-pare for KKN -.-

with my class mate-

in the bus

with mommy and daddy

keep loving me, guys..
i'll back on September 26th 2012 insya Allah o:)
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bye Jeddah

8 November 2011
Back from Mina..
And then go to Mesjidil Haram, for Tawaf Ifadah, Sai', and Tahallul..

9 November 2011
Stay in Baraka Ilyas (our hotel in mecca,red.),
We need to packed our bag.
Today was the last day, huhu so saaaadddd :'(
- Tawaf wada @ 00:00 WAS, i'll be missing youuuuuuuu :'( :(
next, Jeddah ----

10 November 2011
Check in at Nort Hotel @ 20:00 WAS
so TIRED by the way..

11 November 2011
Check out and go to he airport..
Bismillaaaah take off, byeeee Jeddah..

Alhamdulillah, we are Hajj now !
Thanks God :*

Kamis, 28 Juni 2012 - , , , , , , , , 0 komentar


Mina, which lies between the Holy City of Makkah and Muzdalifah, is now known as tent city. Here are the white pillars representing the devil at which the pilgrims cast the pebbles they gathered at Muzdalifah.

On our way to Jamaraat Bridge

Ramy al-Jamarat
At Mina the pilgrims perform Ramy al-Jamarat, throwing stones to signify their defiance of the Devil. This symbolizes the trials experienced by Abraham while he was going to sacrifice his son as demanded by God. The Devil challenged him three times, and three times Abraham refused. Each pillar marks the location of one of these refusals. On the first occasion when Ramy al-Jamarat is performed, pilgrims stone the largest pillar known as Jamrat'al'Aqabah. Pilgrims climb ramps to the multi-levelled Jamaraat Bridge, from which they can throw their pebbles at the jamarat. On the second occasion, the other pillars are stoned. The stoning consists of throwing seven pebbles. Because of the crowds, in 2004 the pillars were replaced by long walls, with catch basins below to collect the pebbles.

My mom at (new) Jamaraat Bridge

My parents at (new) Jamaraat Bridge

Me with Arab's men -,-"

Kiss & Hug,
AMY :)

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