Okay, so as a Zone Leader I have to drive quiet a bit. Anyway we went to Harare last week for a Zone Conference/Mission Tour with Elder Ellis and well it was great. Anyway, driving home was interesting. We are driving along, going maybe 120-130 K's and this car with Mozambique plates comes flying along and starts to pass people and he has this semi-truck coming his way and he runs the other car in our lane off the road and almost gets killed, and he did it so many times it was nuts. Most people don't have a drivers license cause it is super hard to get one out here and so most people just drive without one, and they definitely don't know how to drive, so it makes things interesting for me. But I am still alive and kicking!But I will admit that I am tired, a lot of the time. I don't know why, I just get tired. Maybe it is the 33 degrees that is killing me, but I just get super tired, but it is at all the wrong times. Like I look at my watch and I am tired at times when if I was there in the States, I would be asleep. But feel awake at times where I would be awake in the states even when I am getting ready to go to be here in Zimbabwe. I don't know, is there such a thing as reverse jet-lag? Maybe my body is getting ready to get back into the states.