It's odd writing one scene in pieces like this. I'm used to writing a scene all in one go (which means I need to write for as many days as I have scenes, at a minimum). These low word counts, though, are easy to squeeze in during my day at work, and I'm finding that I'm actually enjoying it. Of the five goals I set myself for this scene, I've woven in three of them. I'm not sure how my description is holding up, but, hey, that's for rewrites.
And I've now completely lost track of my word counts overall, so I'll just be tracking by using the progress meter on the right. Maybe if I make a blog post and do nothing else, I'll count the words then.
They didn’t pace so much as glide, each step a testament to the lightness they
felt so close to the source of the Middle River.
Consecutive days of writing: 002
Longest previous streak: 007
Word count since 4/30/09: 7494 (accurate as of 6/17/09)