Woot! I'm up, and I have written. 415 words, in fact, and I know what happens next. I am closing in on the end of a story that I read at the conference. I think I'm about 800 words away.
It is said that Hemingway wrote 400 words a day. Holly Lisle writes 6000, and that could do a bit of damage to one's self-esteem, but Cory Doctorow has pointed out that writing 250 a day will produce a full-length novel in a year.
Off to wake children and get the household moving. The day is off to a good start.