*Bruk bruk bruk*

Almost no weekend. Baru menghela napas lega sebentar, sudah dihajar lagi dengan berbagai kesibukan.

*Gubrakkk*

Pekerjaan sekaligus banyak. Meeting, ngetik proposal, mikir… pontang-panting. Ketemu dengan orang yang sangat menyebalkan (nilai 11 dalam skala 1-5).

*Kring kriiing*

Telepon tidak berhenti berdering-dering. Mulai dari yang mau curhat, urusan kerjaan, ngajak ketemuan, sampai yang nggak penting…

*Grasak grusuk*

Masih pegel-pegel, sudah ketiban pekerjaan lagi. Semakin menumpuk. Seperti terkubur hidup-hidup. Untung bisa telepon teman-teman dan minta bantuan.

*Siiingg …… (sepi)*

Kenapa tiba-tiba sibuk gini, sampai nggak sempat bersedih hati? Tuhan, semua ini supaya saya nggak sering-sering mikirin dia, ya?

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