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Wednesday, April 14, 2004

Muslim WakeUp! Main seems to be an interesting site. I haven't had a chance to really read it, but it seems that it's a quite open-minded Islamic site, quite liberal. This is my first impression because there is an article in the website quoting Scott Siraj al-Haqq Kugle, who argues that Islam do not condemn homosexuality. I'll read more about this website later.

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Sunday, April 11, 2004


You are welcome to see these links below. We thought you might be interested to see our first photo studio session with our beloved Canon 300D (gotta have it!):

*Photographed by our dear friend Judhi Prasetyo


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Thursday, April 01, 2004


April 1, 2004 was the day when my microwife turned 26 years of age. And it was 5:30 in the morning when I woke her up asking for a glass of water. At first she grumbled at me for being too lazy to get it myself, but then when she opened our bedroom door there it was... a big brown box addressed to her. Her eyes were wide open and she was terribly curious what was inside the big brown box.

In no time, she was already ripping it out here and there. She saw the word Hohner somewhere inside the box and by then she knew it already that an Accordion was ready to be squeezed in the early waking hours.

Yes, siree... I managed to hide it from her for sometime and up until now I still refuse to tell her where and how I got it.

An immaculate marble red
Hohner Bravo III
with 96 bass buttons made in Germany, just the way Rani likes it! :)

  • Treble: 37 keys, three sets of reeds
  • seven registers with two repeats
  • Tuning: Continental
  • Bass: 96 buttons, three registers
  • Colors: Black or Red Pearl
  • Weight: 19 lbs.
  • Size: 7.25” deep by 17.25” high
  • Keyboard: 17.5”

What could be better than giving my dearest microwife with anything but a music instrument that will last a lifetime! Like I said to her.... "Squeeze a little more music into your life".... and that's a wrap.

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