After running through airports and hours on the plane, we made it safe and sound to Kiplin Hall which is by far the most beautiful place I have ever seen. They have large colorful gardens and sheep that run around outside of the gates. I don't know how else to describe being in England other than magical. Since it's the first day here, we didn't have to start the rehearsal process but that doesn't mean we didn't work. Ms. Brady, Zara and I went to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and the next few days to hold us over. First we decided to drive around a little but to get used to what is to us Americans the wrong side of the road. Then after several fits of anxiety over speeding cars and the fact that the car stops in the middle of the road when sitting at a stop light, we decided it was time to go to the grocery store. It was a little strange at first because things in an english grocery store are a little different than in an American grocery store. First of all, they don't keep the eggs cold, secondly their carts are so much deeper than the ones back home. Also everything is packaged differently. For example, we bought grapes. Instead of being in a large bag like they are back home, they were in a medium size plastic container with plastic wrap covering it. Once we got home, we had dinner and then had a meeting about what the trip would be like and what our responsibilities would be around the house. Most of the students decided to tell ghost stories. I listened to a couple but it's been a long day and I am ready for a good nights sleep. All in all, today has been a great day!