Well, I figured it would happen. This week, I just couldn't keep up the previous pace of the First Draft Sprint. I had too many other things going on.
Here's the page count:
Monday - 9 pages
Tuesday - 12 pages
Wednesday - 4 pages
Thursday - 16 pages
Friday - 4 pages
Saturday - 12 pages
Sunday - 11 pages
for a total count of 68 pages, compared to 85 last week and 101 the first week.
So it's pretty clear to me that while I might be able to have one week where I can write a lot every day, it's not going to happen for an entire month, even though I probably have less to do this month than any month coming up.
One other thing has become abundantly clear: If I can't write in the morning, it's not going to be a productive day (that explains the days with only four pages produced).
However, if I hadn't set myself this challenge, on those two days, it would have been very, very easy not to write at all on those days.
I was thinking I was going to have another relatively commitment-free week, but it looks like that may not be the case after all. Still, if I can write another 65 - 70 pages, that may very well take me to the end of the first draft, or very close to it.