As busy as the first day always seems, it’s the second day that is more chaotic and challenging.  The day began with a study for the younger children. After a very short break, Marek and I met with a Bulgarian couple who live in England via Skype for another study.  He is a physicist who always brings interesting thoughts into our time together.  After a break for lunch, I had a study with the college aged group.  The topic they had requested was not only very relevant, but one they felt passionate about.  I am amazed and humbled by their hunger and love for the Lord.  Though it was really cold and rainy, as per tradition, we made an afternoon trip to an area tourist site of interest.  This time it was to a collection of houses from about 300 years ago.  Though the weather was miserable, I was really glad to get out and “stir around” a bit. After a break for super, we had our second study for the whole group. As I was ready to sleep, I worked back through the schedule for the day and realized that I had been in about 9 hours of study and discussion. It was one of those wonderful days that sticks with you for a long time.