This week has been pretty slow but we've had a few really good days where we couldn't get out of teaching appointments! We were teaching the whole day! It was fantastic. I love teaching because it helps me learn a lot myself. So I was just asked a bunch of questions and I figured it might be best just to answer to everyone; Our day is fast. Whether we teach a lot or find a lot; as long as we're working hard it goes pretty quick and we fall head first into our pillows exhausted. We wake up at 6:29 am every morning. White handbook says 6:30 but our mission is diligent and makes a difference by being obedient and waking up at a specific time. For breakfast it's whatever we feel like haha this morning was french toast. Yesterday was a mini pizza. Cereal, porridge, Redbush tea, muffins, stir fry, quesadilla, rice, meat, anything we've got and sounds good. Elder Caluag makes weird breakfasts and so that's where the pizza and stir fry, etc comes from but it's good. Before 8 am we workout, shower, eat and at 8 we start studies. Hour personal and hour companion. At 10 we go start work. During companion studies we make calls to confirm and read white handbook and sing and study our lessons. Tracting happens whenever we have a few spare minutes before or after an appointment or if we plan to spend an hour or two knocking doors. It just depends on the day. Teaching foreigners, almost every day. Lots of polish, Lithuanian, Romanian, African, etc. Especially closer to London. The economy, apparently they're just getting out of a recession? Not too sure.. There's all sorts of classes, depending on where you go. A lot of middle class though. Don't know too much about humility, I think there's a wide range anywhere you go in the world. The members didn't participate too much at the beginning of my time here but as time has gone on they've begun to participate more and more. Not just because of me but because of the foundations being built by previous missionaries. Hope that answers any questions anyone has. This week has been slow but still great. Hope everyone is doing well too!