Don't put your battle gear away quite yet.
Go get it.
All of it. The big stuff, too.
Its not over. Not even close.
Lots of news come at you hard and fast with no anaolgy to buffer.
-80% (not 100%) if the tuber was removed
-6 depth electrodes were placed in his brain to capture post-op activity
-the new "hot spot" is a cluster of tubers (2-3 clumped together)
-the new hot spot is very close to Luke's left motor track and we may not be able to get this tuber out with laser.
-Luke just had a seizure... like a normal, regular, reason-we-did-brain-surgery seizure (I was pretty sure that wasn't supposed to happen)
I wrote this cute little nice post after surgery to go up today but it's not really an accurate tone for how I'm feeling right now.
Worth reading if you are in the mood to be positive.
To add insult to injury...Luke got finished with surgery around 11:00 and took us on a little 4 hour trip to hell while we came out of anesthesia and finally got enough morphine in his system to rest.
I'm actually going to wrap this post up before I get myself in trouble. I find it a Christmas miracle that I haven't said any cuss words yet because, honestly, they have taken the place of the "Rocky Theme Song" on a loop in my brain.
So, go get your armor and tell the troops there is no rest for the weary.
We aren't done yet team.
Go throw your shirt in the washer. Go get your war paint. Go get your sheild.
I am not afraid. I will not back down. I will fight.
And so will you.
So get your butt ready.
I am going to need another day from The Army like yesterday. Marathon not a sprint people.
The battle may not have gone as expected, but now I turn my eyes to the war.
Love you Soliders!
Mother of two amazing little boys, one who just happens to be a TS warrior.