the Harlaxton Blog

Blog Author: Rebekah Keen

About Rebekah Keen

The name is Rebekah also known as Keen The number of my youth is that of nineteen HLG sophomore in elementary ed Ring by spring's a lie for I am not wed! English is my minor, I want to teach abroad See the whole world for which I am awed Back at HLG the sport of cheer I did play Also love Frisbee on a beautiful spring day Why yes, Honors student that I am indeed I’m practically a genius, that I will concede So now I’m over in England which the honors let me do Lots of study lots of travel, everything’s so new Hard work really pays off for I am having a blast Best experience of my life that I have been cast Stratford, Stonehenge, Cambridge, London, Paris, Rome, Just to name of few of my travels far from home Learn so much about life and about school too Working on my Brit accent it tis the thing to do December I’ll be back to the good ole show me state Heaven forbid that I should be late! See ya then!
 

Historic England

England is a cool country to visit. It’s different from America in the sense that it’s older. That may seem like an obvious statement, but bear with me. It’s older in the sense that there are marks of history still … Continue reading

Posted in Harlaxton Blog | Leave a comment

Stonehenge Rocks!

This past weekend I went to Oxford, Bath and Stonehenge. In Oxford I was literally in the exact same great hall where Harry Potter was filmed! It was awesome! I also saw the Alice in Wonderland shop. Then we went … Continue reading

Posted in Harlaxton Blog | Leave a comment

food and culture

The food isn’t too bad. There is common ground with American food, but there are differences too. Fish, chips, and tea are a regular occurrence. However, there is not  a set ‘tea time’ as I used to think. The food … Continue reading

Posted in Harlaxton Blog | Leave a comment

Enchante

Enchante! Paris, home of beauty and the beast, and a few weekends ago, home of Rebekah Keen. For me Paris was a vision of the Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre Museum, Mona Lisa, the Eiffel Tower, fashion shows, street protests, … Continue reading

Posted in Harlaxton Blog | Leave a comment