I got the Smithsonians I brought and went down to read in the plaza to stay out of the way of the maid. I got through 1.5 Smithsonians and about 1pm went up to see if it was done. The maid hadn't been there, and she had progressed from a room on my right to a room far on my left, so I called housekeeping. The person who answered said my room would be cleaned before 4pm and I said okay, but continued to read the Smithsonian in the room.
The maid came and said she would have done it earlier if she knew I was staying another night. Then the head housekeeper came in and asked if I'd changed my plans. I explained about the reservations; she said she would have planned to clean it last for a new guest, if there was one.
I did some more packing and changed to go to Stormcloud. I took the necklace I made for Sandi and the printout of my seed bead database plus a pull-sheet of beads I needed to refill. When I got to Stormcloud, I started looking for new beads, comparing to my printout to make sure I didn't get duplicates, and making sure I got some colors I don't automatically buy. Every so often I needed to sit down and rest. Sandi packed it all up and shipped it to me later in the week; the TSA x-rays think packs of glass beads are explosives and it's worth the postage not to deal with that.
We had dinner at Outback and I got a half bloomin' onion and the crab dip, which was not that good. I probably should have used my protein grams on the coconut shrimp. We talked a lot and laughed a lot. I think at one point we scared the son & mother next to us, and I apologized. I started getting sleepy and Sandi brought me back to the hotel.
I had my meds, checked my BP, and drank my Gatorade. Then to sleep.