Since arriving in Oxford I've been under-the-weather and mostly in the bed, other than the few hours of walking yesterday to try to find a doctor. I went to four doctors' offices, but no openings. I was sent to a pharmacist who insisted I needed a doctor. Finally I was connected to a doctor and had an appointment at 7 this morning. Let me say, walking the foggy streets of Oxford this morning before sunrise was lovely, even if my hacking cough disrupted the ambience. I'm quite certain I'm in love with my doctor now. She is lovely. And after leaving the doctor, I went for breakfast. It just so happened the pharmacist was in the same restaurant. She was happy to hear I had seen a doctor. So with meds and more bed rest today, that means I'll miss all the beauty of Oxford. I'm quite bummed about that. I will have to return here one day to enjoy the magnificence of this city. (I can deal with a return trip). The students have had a super time here. Thankfully, Matthew Melton and Chris Connie have been here with them. And, Andy Sinclair continues to prove how awesome he is. Your best wishes for the students today and prayers for a quick recovery for me are appreciated. Dang this sinus trouble I have!