I am so glad that I decided to take the opportunity to go to the UK. Although the dorms in London were very small, and the shared bathrooms in Dulkeith were not ideal, and the way that the program directors did some things last minute, the program itself gave me the opportunity to see some things that I will probably not have the opportunity to see again and will never forget. Things like seeing a play at Shakespeare’s Globe, seeing one of Shakespeare’s first folios, going to the church where Shakespeare is buried and seeing the house he was born in, seeing John Donne’s grave at St. Paul’s, the Book of Kells at Trinity, Tolkien’s personal copy of Beowulf, Lewis Carroll’s diary, Dickens’s copy of David Copperfield, Swift’s copy of Gulliver’s Travels, visiting the pubs where Dickens, Twain, Tolkien, and C.S. Lewis drank , and simply having the opportunity to visit the Shakespeare Library and Bodleian Library are the reasons I wanted to go to Great Britain, and all of my dreams have been fulfilled. Hopefully some day I can return and enjoy all of it again, but I know that may not be a possibility. So, for now, I will keep all of the memories stored away in my mind and cherish each one of them.