When we got back from our day-trip to Nara, we went up inside the Kyoto Tower and were able to see a beautiful night-view of Kyoto.
After that we were all pretty tired and just wanted to relax. My sister, her friend, and my nephew had been using our Mister Donut mugs at our home (which we got for free after collecting lots of points). Anyway, they all wanted to go there, so we decided to have donuts for dinner. This might sound strange to some, but it turned out to be a very memorable evening.
Some very nice college students asked us to help them with their speeches that they had written. We said okay and ended up spending about an hour or two (I don't remember exactly how long) reading and editing their writing.
We also talked to them about the important subjects they would be speaking about. One speech was about how you can change PET bottle caps into vaccines for children in developing countries . The other speech was about how to promote the importance of agriculture in Japan and getting young people interested in it. We all had a great time talking with both students, and we learned some important things.
To be honest, when they first asked us for our help, I almost told them that we didn't have time, but I'm glad I didn't.