It’s been quite a while not posting anything here. There are so many things happened in February, both joy and sorrow.. Too many!
Passing the JLPT, free of the car installment, Valentine surprise from ones I love ( mom, ko dw ) and i shared a little joy to others which might sound not important, found the lost purse again, and also for the dormitory application, I’m accepted! (but still confused whether i’ll be movin there or not).
The things that filled my days in February really brought me back to the stage about one year ago like I was in Indonesia in such hectic circumstances. Beside conducting the research, I’ve to find accomodation, renew visa, submit the document for giving up the extension of being kenkyuusei-research student, apply for the tuition + entrance fee exemption, plus one thing that made me upset quite much – I became victim of fraud that really wasted my days and caused me hardships. Related to this case, I am going deal with police again tomorrow! It’s not because I love it but I have to.. in order to fight back getting my right.. Wish me luck buddy!
And I experienced such a small incident too. I couldn’t work with my thinkpad, since my converter plug adapter broke. ha ha.. I went to many stores asking for it, but what they sell is the converter for overseas use but not the reverse to be used in Japan.
Finally I got it, though not quite match-not perfectly plugged to the converter, but as long as I can see my thinkpad gather its soul by the end, I count it ok currently. he he..
The pic will describe better, I think 😉
Top : The cable that came along with the thinkpad : 2 heads plug and 3 heads plug
left-my cool converter that can convert to 4 different types plug
right-the one I purchased can only convert to the Japan-type plug.
*Juz lil tips regarding my exp: pls be aware and check the adapter plug used in the destination country while you plan the travel, ok? 😉
Yup, there are ups and downs in life, and this month is really colorful of both lessons and blessings. I should be grateful and never stop counting my blessings. Yosh, ganbarimasu!