Code Enforcement returned this morning — not the same investigator who was here before and in fact this one never bothered to introduce himself. But he was nice enough to let me go through room-by-room and show him what had and, more importantly, what hadn’t been done. The next step is for Code to contact the building management about not finishing the work in the allotted time. Management will probably be brought to court, unless an extension is granted, and they will probably be fined. But in either case Code is now responsible for making sure the work does get completed. So, we shall see.
Words Written: 2,078
Total Word Count: 42,094 words
On the NaNoWriMo front I’m still managing to retain a buffer over the quota daily word count. It’s not much over the quota at this moment and that’s mostly because I have not been writing Nano every day — though I have been writing something. I’m hoping to get it done before the weekend, but either way I have no fear that I won’t finish the remainder. The novel itself won’t be nearly complete, though, which I think is my main reason for being so lazy about writing it daily. I really am tired to pushing along with this lack of organization and adding to the mess that the book is becoming. So I choose to avoid the issue altogehter for days at a time. Still what’s left won’t damage it any further than it already is — and even if it did I’m sure it would be irreversible enough during the editing process.
Either way, I’ll be happy to have this project done and over. I’m itching for some more free time to read more as my to be read pile is starting to creep up there again.