The good news is that she looks great, her color is back today, and she has been up a few times with minimal dizziness. We walked the halls together to check out the snow storm that is raging outside. She is unimpressed with the hospital food, but other than that, she's getting great care and considering the 5 hours of anesthesia and major surgery, she's doing great.
She's hoarse from the breathing tube, but pain is undercontrol and she had no nausea which is amazing. She said she feels like she got hit by a truck, to which Dr. Clarke responded: "Yeah, I was driving that truck."
|looking pretty damn good.|
"How do they take the brocolli flavor out of brocolli?"
"Dr. Clarke will keep us abreast of the situation" (no pun intended).
I'm going to brave the snowy roads and head home in a bit so she gets some sleep. We think she may stay here tomorrow night too and then we'll be at her house.
She has read every comment and every email and feels very loved. Much love to all of you!