Feeling Down

I’m feeling very down.

At work, there’s so much to do and so little time to do it. My computer Izzie is giving me problems. My development tools refuse to work due to a hibernate config error. I’ve been trying for days to get it started. My deadline is coming, all too quickly.

At home everyone is sick, and I think I’m going to be sick too. Feel so tired. The worst thing I have ever experienced so far is baby Rachel being sick. She cries for hours and we can’t calm her down. I start to panic sometimes. I’m really lost. She’s ok now but it is Poey Chin’s turn to be sick.

I got two bad news letters from my bank. First, they refused to revise my housing loan interest rate to the current low rates. I’m stuck at BLR +0.15 while new packages are offering BLR -2. Well, it was a long shot anyway. There isn’t anything I can do really.

Second, they are deducting RM5 from my savings account every six months, if my average balance in those six months is less than RM500. This is on top of the RM8 ATM card fees they deduct annually.

Its so bizarre. Savings account interest rates are already so low, now the bank actually charges you money to deposit! So I have to take a day off just to go to the bank to switch to a basic savings account.

The lifts at my condo are failing again. A group of residents have started a Residents Association, which is kind of strange because there is already a JMB. I just wonder if there will be a power grab a la Perak.

Sigh.

7 thoughts on “Feeling Down”

  1. Sorry to hear..
    Just dropped by.. nowadays hardly read blogs as no time – only time for some news.

    Whatever it is switch everything to basic savings.
    Until we get rid of the inconsiderate BN govt, we have to live with a lot of ****.

    Pay up with your 2nd account in your EPF and look for another financing arrangement if u are unhappy with the bank. EPF money may not be there one day .. from the way the BN govt think it’s their money.

    Adino: Not sure if we can blame BN for this… it’s just another money making scheme cooked up by the bank.

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