We made another trip to the grocery store to stock up on cans of soup and some pop, and to get more bread and bagels.
I had my mom come and pick me up and run me to the local feed store to buy more rabbit food and then out to the house to do bunny chores. All four of Alice's remaining babies are alive and well. Two were out on the wire, and I had to fight with her to let me put them back in the nest. She's become very aggressive about protecting her remaining kits.
Back to the hotel, we ordered pizza for dinner. It's another 13 hour day for Tony. Tomorrow he's scheduled to open and get off at noon, but I have a sneaking suspicion that he won't get off at his scheduled time.
We had a beautiful sunset tonight that cast shades of pink across the clouds out our (East-facing) window.
I think being stuck in a icky hotel has me on edge. Having no place for the kids to go every day to spend energy means a lot of pent up energy, which leads to more arguing and bickering over little stuff. The bickering leads me to meltdown mode after hours on end of it. I try to get out of the hotel and bring them to the grocery store or even just out for one of Moose's potty breaks, just to get them out of the hotel room... but it's just not enough. It's incredibly frustrating knowing there's a house sitting empty with nearly 70 acres they could be running and enjoying themselves on... but we're stuck here... in a hotel that can't be bothered to fix the light in the bathroom, provides a lamp without a lightbulb, and in one week has managed to send housekeeping just once... where we were told to leave the room for fifteen minutes so they could clean without us watching. Sorry, I think from here on out we will just do our own cleaning.
To close on a good note, the pizza was good, our bellies are full. We have a roof over our head, and it's not infested with bugs or anything. It could be worse. I am grateful for having a safe place for us to stay while we wait (admittedly impatiently) for one or the other house to become available to us.