Yoga class today; first one since November. It's good to stretch and move in those ways again. We've also moved up from a level 1 to a level 1-2 class, with a fun instructor I really like. The only downside is that it's almost too many people for the space, but I bet some people will drop out as the term goes on.
On the recommendation of 21st Century Geeks, we've been watching Leverage on TNT. Lightweight, lots of fun, sharply written, reminds me of a non-SF version of Firefly. Others have compared it with The A-Team but I never watched that.
Tonight marks eight days of writing 500 words every day, though I know that's not much by some people's standards and I suspect that once I finish this story I will edit out just about everything I wrote tonight. I didn't outline this story before I started (a downside of the "must write 500 words of actual prose every day, notes and outlines don't count" plan... might need to re-think that detail) and that means a certain amount of false starts, blind alleys, rewriting, and cutting. I think I know the climactic scene now, but I'm still not sure how to get my protagonist into the situation where the climactic decision is forced, nor which way he'll jump (well, I have my suspicions but I don't yet know why). This is a different process for me and it's probably a good thing to try something different every once in a while, but it's kind of frustrating.
Also frustrating is waiting for submission responses to arrive and publications to appear. Why does publishing have to be soooo sloooow? I want my instant gratification, and I want it now!