My friend from 2nd grade visited today. Last night I was not sure I was up for visitors, but it was just the right person at just the right time. She may have seen more of me than she expected, but if you can't share johnny moments at times like this what can you share. She also got to meet my 'team'. They are wonderful and really boosted by spirits with their visit. Everything seems to look very good. Still getting lots of laps in. They even unhooked the machine (sorry Maria I can't remember the name of it). Other than four drains that are sucking fluid from my body, I am cord-free. Progress.
Mike went out and bought me a BIDMC hat. I am so lucky to have found such a great medical team, I will wear my hat with pride.
When I get home I will start putting pictures in the blog. Mike has taken photos every step of the way, even when things didn't fell very good. It is bright and sunny in Boston. Life is good again!! And my risk for breast cancer is 2%. Pretty good I'd say.
Again, even though I haven't been able to read your posts, I will when I get home. I am on a little netbook that is very tough to type on - especially with swollen fingers (which are not swollen any more).