Singapore mainly consists of housing that is made up of high rise condos and these HDB housing estates. These HDB estates are called heartlands where the middle to lower income citizens live. These government built flats are by no means cheap to purchase but cheaper than private developments in land scarce Singapore.
I bought my flat after my divorce in 1997, and have lived there for the last 20 years. HDB first did upgrading to our lifts, we didn't have lifts stopping on every floor, but now do. The most recent upgrading was to our bathrooms. Those of us that didn't do any earlier renovations to the bathrooms could opt to participate in the upgrading exercise to have both bathrooms in the flat completely gutted, and refitted.
|furniture all wrapped and covered ready for contractors|
With alot of begging and cajoling I managed to get them to promise to save my sink when they were going to demolish the bathroom. I am glad to report that they managed to do that.....but they damaged my bathroom mirror cabinet (some call it a medicine cabinet), I get to go get a new one which they will pay for... and rightly so!
They also broke my bathroom ceiling light...
|all covered up...scene from dexter..|
I am missing my home. I am missing my space and its only day 3. Its not just the space I am missing, I am missing being by myself. I am also stressed that I have errands to run and things to do, and make sure I go open and lock up each day. The control freak in me wont allow me to relinquish responsibility to someone to help with the locking up. I am stressed, out of my comfort zone and I just want to go home....