I guess my typical day as a missionary is I get up at 6:30, exercise, shower, get dressed, and eat breakfast. Then at 8 I have personal study, I love that I read the scriptures, preach my gospel, and take notes. It is great because I can find answers for myself that I have. Then at 9 we have companion study, where we read the white handbook, talk about what we learned in personal study, and then study together. Since I am still in training, our companion study is two hours long. So then we will have lunch at 11, usually Äldste Falkner cooks something up, then we are out the door by 12. The time from 12 to 8 is spent teaching lessons, contacting, swinging by people, and teaching people on the street. We take the Bus mostly, but sometimes I drive the car if we are going to see Per. Falkner can't drive because he doesn’t have a license. At 8 we have dinner, then we Daily plan at 9. After that we chill, talk, and go to bed.
Äldste Falkner is a lot of fun. We joke around a lot, but he is still a pretty hard worker and we get a lot done. He is 21, British, sassy. The usual brit. His Swedish is really good, and he is good at teaching. An overall good trainer. It was his one year mark this year so we went to a fire pit at the ward building and burned one of his white shirts.
Swedish Word of the Week:
Daglig Planering - Daily Planing
Äldste Geoffrey Goffe