So this week was a slower week as compared to the past weeks that I have been here. Monday we had a tour of the Globe theater. Tuesday through Friday we had class each morning, which i am not used to so it was kind of hard to sit through it all. But Wednesday we did get to go to a play at the theater, A Mid Summer's Night's Dream. We were groundlings, so we stood in front of the stage the entire play. It was alright cause the play was really funny and kept your attention off your feet and on laughing. Nothing much happened the rest of the week until Saturday.
We had the opportunity to go an a nine mile walk through the Kent countryside. It was set up by a brother in the stake that we are in. He apparently does it for each of the groups, and this weekend had the best weather he has seen in like nine years or some crazy time like that. It was beautiful! Him and his two brothers came who aren't members and the rest of us went. We walked through lavender fields, ate lavender ice cream, ginger beer tasting, corn field trudging, sidewalk strolling, and castle storming. Funny story: so we were on our way back to the center and we were parallel with another train going the same direction. While we were passing them, we were waving to the people looking at us, most just stared/glared. Then we slowed down and they passed us. As they passed us, we waved again and got some better reactions. Then we passed them again, and as we passed a particular window that had like six guys in it, one of them mooned us. The funny part was that we were sitting by a few girls that had never been mooned before! They started screaming and then hysterically laughing/crying. 35 girls laughing on a bus for five minutes, full of nonemotional English people! It was so funny!
Well I love you all, and hope that this week is spectacular!