– Your friends
– Your lenient boss
– Your company’s well-established Human Resources (HR) system
– Your object of surprise
– Your parents’ immediate visit
– In order to make it happen, do not get surprised yourself! In other words, you can’t afford to be overwhelmed with the surprise you create on your own.
– Be sure to get the right friends of your object of surprise. Apparently, calling them at the very last minute while they were confused with the surprise plan itself might, well, cause the hectic schedule.
– Never create any hints that would evoke any suspicious assumptions from your object of surprise. If you can’t pick up the phone because you are on your way to surprise him, get a better excuse rather than saying “Sorry, dear. I was asleep, didn’t hear you call”, while the truth is that you did not get a seat on the bus all the way from Cengkareng to Blok M.
– Let the pictures speak for themselves.
* goodness! can’t this woman just sit still when her pictures were taken? hehehe …
* … and jembi can only do ‘nyureng’
* the music fest that made my trip a feast
* their so-called candid pose!
* oh oh oh! being surrounded by these two angels who helped my arrival went, er, “smoothly” 😛
– Twinnie, being my object of surprise
– Imesh, for having to endure the beautiful world of Blok M Plaza
– Fina, you getting married soon, hiks!
– Rio, or shall I say, Rio Mercury 🙂
– Kenny, being confused with ‘Clive’ and ‘Linney’
– Kathy, being my kirsten DURST
– Jembi, whatever made you wearing the orange shirt that evening
– Esther, finally a nice ayam bakar to indulge myself in!
– Heru, the silent observer
– Helly, for providing such a blast to bash
– John, almost silent words to talk to
– Aldi, more donuts coming in, ok?!
– Agus, do not sell your mobile phone yet!
– Anri, the truth is revealed 🙂
– Giri, after all these empty years in between.
and last but not least,
– Java Jazz Organizing Committee, going home from a concert at 2 am is kinda cool!