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Ni Nyoman Anna Marthanti
General Information

Main blog:DeJaBlue
Birthday:February 16th
Gender:Female
Occupation:Happily unemployed
Education:Bachelors degree
Religion:Spiritual but not religious
Location:Indonesia, Makassar


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Email:nyomanz@yahoo.com
Yahoo:nyomanz@yahoo.com


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DeJaBluewww.dejablue.blogs.friendster.com/dejablue/


Four Most Recent Entries

Finally, I Can Open my Dejablue Blog
Finally, setelah hampir 2 tahun lupa password dan id untuk blog ini, akhirnya saya dapat juga catatan yang pernah saya tulis di buku agenda lama mengenai password blog ini. Senangnya. Soalnya ini adalah blog pertamaku, sayang juga bila tidak terpakai lagi. Anyway, senang bisa bersamamu lagi blog DeJaBlue-ku..
 
Anna and the Bump
it's almost there, can't wait to hold you in my arms thank you for your patience while mummy was not in good condition during your early months it's so wonderful to have you in my womb i have always been fond of every development we both through every single moment with you is so precious it's almost there, just remember always that mummy and daddy love you so much see you soon see you soon, my lovely baby...
 
The Journeys
"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a cash advance." Bumper sticker My mom once told me, " My daughter, enjoy your life while you can, save your money and do what you want !! But spend it smartly.." Hehehe, sure mom, however, I am not good in money management. So, now I am bankrupt but I am happy with all the journeys I did... Promise you and to my lovely hubby, I'll try my best to saving my money for the future... (well, hopely my future is working and traveling with my family :-D ) Some of my journeys, for mom in heaven
 
Lasagna ala Isabel
I still don't know why I never want to eat aubergine or eggplant. Aubergine (in UK) or eggplant (in US) or solanum melongena (in Latin word) is a plant that originally from India. There are many varieties and colors of this fruit. In Indonesia, we called it 'terung' (some people pronounce it as terong). My Javanese's friends like to put it in their 'lalapan' (just like salad, from vegetables). My mom and my husband like it if it's fried or baked and then eat it with 'sambal terasi' (chili sauce with shrimp paste) or 'sambal kacang' (chili sauce with peanut). Me? Never eat it even though I...
 






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