That's not really true. I like rainy days and even Mondays are OK, but I'm not too fond of surgery days. However, they are getting better. Today's surgery was only two hours--a record. Seth came back with only one wound VAC--a sign of progress. He only has three teams of surgeons working on him now. The only ones we've talked to after today's surgery are the urologists, and they were positive but noncommittal about final outcomes.
The anesthesiologists offered Seth additional pain relief via an epidural and were surprised to find he doesn't need it. When they checked his pain medication record, they were astonished to see how little he is using considering his wounds. As I said, whenever the doctors are surprised by positive developments, I see small miracles taking place.
We were sad to see Jerrica leave today. She took the night shifts with Ethan and, rumor has it, Ethan slept through some of Seth's requests for assistance, and Jerrica handled them. Thanks, Jerrica! We miss you already!