It's really eye opening to be in a different country and see how different religions worship our Savior. Because such a large number of the population are Catholic; they had what we call "Holy Week" where they did a bunch of different things (I don't know exactly what) throughout the week and where you couldn't do certain things on certain days. I'm not going to lie, I saw a poster that said "Day of Abstinence" on such and such day and I just busted out laughing. But this last week was really difficult to get lessons due to the fact that nobody was home. Literally. And we had an early curfew for three days in a row.But despite the fact that this week was rough for lessons, this has been a very successful week. One of our investigators Joselito volunteered to work with us this past week during his free time and he told us that after he gets baptized he wants to serve a mission like us because he admires us for what we do. The only draw back is that he's married. So when we told him about couple missions he got excited because he doesn't have to leave his wife and he gets to go on a mission. This man has helped change my life and my perspective on giving service with a smile and being grateful for what God has given us. The Lord has truly blessed me to be able to meet such wonderful people during my service here in the Philippines.