Gunfight at the Imagination Movers

It’s been a good evening.  Earlier, my wife and I took our too oldest (ages 3 and 2) to the Imagination Movers concert.  No, there wasn’t a gunfight a the concert.  I was just going for a catchy post title.  😛  If you’ve got young kids, you’ve probably heard of the Imagination Movers, from the Disney Channel.  If not, their website is here.  They play children’s music, and have a TV show based on their on-stage characters.  The story of their careers is pretty impressive.  Their site has all the details; I’d recommend giving it a read.

This is the second of their shows I’ve gone too.  I took my daughter to see them back in Fall 2009, right before she turned two.  Our son was too little to go back then, so he and my wife missed them.  The Movers put on a good show back then, and while my wife believed my assessment, she was nonetheless pleasantly surprised with the quality of their show tonight.  So that was fun.  🙂

I’ve been writing for the last couple hours, working on Masters.  I think I got close to 2,000 words down, but I’m not entirely sure, since I set Scrivener to reset my session count at midnight, the better to maintain the integrity of my daily word goals.  I talked about the cool new features in Scrivener’s latest version in a previous post, so I won’t go into it now.

The part I’ve been writing has a pretty good gunfight that finally gets resolved through the hero’s first offensive use of magic.  So it’s been a pretty fun couple of scenes to write.  Fights are always good.  🙂

That brings my word count on masters to 54,395.  Getting closer and closer.  At this point, I think it’ll be around 70,000 words when I get to my ending point.  So that’ll be good.  My goal of finishing before the end of the month is still within reach.