The Scots might like their haggis, but now I have also eaten something in a sheep's stomach. And on top of that, I've eaten boiled sheep's head. It is actually quite a delicacy, and it was an honor to be served it. Still, it was interesting to watch our host cut off sheep cheek and serve it to us, along with the ears, neck, palate, and tongue. It was actually pretty good.
I have been eating German müsli for breakfast every morning. It's great! I prefer the mix with dried fruit over the nutty stuff, but it is all really tasty.
Not that I am fixated on food. I just know people will wonder what I eat. As for everything else, teaching English is stressful but getting better. Our mission is growing. There aren't very many Americans in our mission, but we are told we will be getting another 18 over the next 9 months due to the rise in missionaries around the world. That's great!
We are looking forward to some baptisms later this month. The ward I serve in is about the same size as my home ward; it is a really good ward.
The work is good, the weather is cold, the Church is true, and I'm doing well.