About 30 minutes ago, I was talking with my co-worker in my office room. Suddenly I heard cracking sounds. I said to my co-worker, “Earthquake!”. He was still not realized and said, “errr… what?”. I looked at the water dispenser. It was shaking quite hard. Immediately I locked up my room and rushing down to get out of my office.
Arrived outside of my office, there were a lot of people already got out of their office. The ground was still shaking that time. Making some of us felt dizzy. Heard in the TV news, it was 7.3 richter scale on the center of the earthquake, which located in Tasikmalaya, and probably may generate tsunami. But thanks God there’s nothing damaged here in the place I work. Called my dad, and other family members. Everyone’s alright. But still worried for more earthquake. I hope no earthquake any more, and of course… No tsunami please!
This morning, I rode my motorbike to work as usual. The traffic on the way to the place I work was awfully jammed. The city where I live is well known for it’s traffic jam. For some reason I felt different today. I didn’t know what it is. But I didn’t think too much. I just concentrated to the motorbikes and busses around me. Keeping me at the safe distance from them. Sometimes I think driving cars and especially riding motorbikes here has no difference with Fear Factor TV program. Pumping up your adrenaline and can push you to the limit where you’ll say, “OK, I really want to punch this jerk in the face!”.