Sunday, June 24, 2012

Sweet freedom at last!

Friday started my summer vacation and a day of complete and utter laziness.  I slept as much as I wanted to, did not even take a shower, and generally lolled around.  It was pure bliss.

Saturday I awoke from more slumber and shampooed and loofahed off my stinkiness. Then I went out to run a few errands.  I picked up my farm share, hit up the grocery store, threw beef stew fixings in the crock pot, and made it to the post office.  It was an absolutely gorgeous day with blue skies, white clouds, a slight breeze and decent temperatures.

Sunday (today) was a repeat of Friday with me lolling around again and getting plenty of sleep.

OH!  And my bath salt selling and meth making neighbors are gone!  They were gone by the time I woke up on Friday, thus adding to my excitement over my summer vacation.

Thursday was the last day of school and the third scheduled appointment with the credit union lady.  I called her twice to make sure she had all the paperwork and she didn't call me back.  My third call also went unanswered so I canceled the appointment.

Well, the credit union lady called me back 15 minutes before my scheduled appointment to tell me that she had ACCIDENTALLY shredded my paperwork and that she hoped that I wasn't on my way to the appointment. I don't know how this one person could be so incompetent!  She is the only one that does this stuff for the credit union but she's simply terrible.

Everyone has told me to go elsewhere but this is such a good program that I hate to leave this option off the table.  I guess I can call my bank and see if they offer something similar.  I want to call the credit union and complain but I am afraid of the repercussions because there is no one else to work with.

No matter what I am on summer vacation!  Free at last...

1 comment:

Webster said...

This one woman at the credit union has put you off three times and now has destroyed your application packet. Either tell her supervisor or go to another branch or both, but don't leave your mortgage in her incompetent hands. NONONO. You are well within your right to complain in this case. IMHO, of course.

And good luck with all you have happening this Summer!