on the spotlight

I know I’m against the mainstream and you may or may not agree with me, which is alright, and you’re welcome to share your opinion in the comment below.

When you are married to a white man or precisely when your husband is Caucasian aka bule, then you take him to your homeland for holiday and visit touristy places, and some local kids or students want a picture or two with your white skin blue eyes husband, Β make him feel like a movie star for that moment only πŸ˜€…..

Then you whining on social media to the degree that as if it was gonna kill you or your darling bule husband… Come on people, please don’t act like a diva only because you are married to western people. They are just kids who perhaps only see white skinned men on the television, so for them to see it in the real life it’s a big deal, big excitement! Just take it with light-hearted and a bit of humor. When it gets too annoyed you simply can tell them that it’s enough and walk away, sure they won’t chase you around!

These days people get so highly strung about little things. No need to brag about it over the online medias and make it worst. Remember, they also share the same nationality as you. You are also from the same origin as they are….

My point is don’t be so uptight only because you are married to Caucasian and live in western country. There are things that’s worth for sweat and definitely this kind of thing is not worth it at all.


Author: ohdearria

Hi I'm Ria! A hippie heart and gypsy soul mama who loves plants, yoga, blue & white chinas, & thrifty finds. I like to bake and cook something delicious (and healthy) for my twin boys and le hubby. I have golden retriever dog named Sammy, and couple of love birds. I take my boys to sports as early as 5 in the morning and on the weekend. On this blog, I'm mostly rambling about my every day life as an everyday mama, wife, and human being who live in the suburbs. I love sharing snippets about my family, our adventures and holidays. So, if you like what you find here please stay with me. If you don't, simply just close this page. Thanks for dropping by and I hope you enjoy reading my stories. xx

8 thoughts on “on the spotlight”

  1. Berdasarkan pengalaman cuma di Borobudur aja biasanya ada orang yang rajin minta foto sama orang asing. Laki gw keliling di Monas, dibeskapin di kawinan juga orang gak tertarik minta foto. Padahal sudah gue ajarin, satu foto satu Euro *koplak*. Anyway, gue wondering aja foto2 itu terus diapain ya?

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    1. Laki gw di Borobudur iya di Prambanan iya di Kota Tua Jakarta juga iya (seperti di foto) mungkin karna dia giant kali yaksπŸ˜†πŸ˜†
      Buat kenang2an kaliii hahaaaa…. Ga ngerti juga thuπŸ˜€


  2. M kbagian d foto pas car free day bbrapa mggu lalu, tiba2 anak2 cewe cekikikan n langsung jongkok dpn dia n foto, aku lg beli buryam agak jauh dr situ.
    Trus kmaren d kawah putih, dia d triakin sm grombolan anak2 yg minta foto, dia jg lg jln sndirian, n lanjut jln ga brenti. Aku lg foto2 heboh sm kluarga πŸ˜‹
    M emang introvert bgt n udah bilang klo ga mau d foto2, jd ya aku klo udah liat gelagat biasanya langsung puter otak deh πŸ˜…


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