Rested and ready to rally...

I am now well rested and adjusted to life in England.  Bedford is absolutely beautiful.  I wake up every morning to bright grey skies out my window.  I look forward to my walk to the office every day.  My walk to work includes one roundabout, two churches, the Great River Ouse, and one McDonalds.  I'm lovin' it.  As I cross the river each morning I stop to watch the swans elegantly cross the still waters.  It is so peaceful.

The city is so alive, even in the dead of night.  

The Great River Ouse on a foggy, soggy day.  

The Great River Ouse on a foggy, soggy day.  

A whole new world...

What happens when you send a kid from Salt Lake City, Utah to Bedford, England?  Jet lag.  I've been in England for 46 hours and have only slept for 7 of those.  Time is a blur.  The hunger is real.  It is freezing cold.   People talk fast.  Nothing seems familiar.  

I wouldn't trade this experience for the world.  For every moment I feel lost, I equally feel pure bliss.  

This kid is very happy.  

St. John's in Bedford, England 

St. John's in Bedford, England