There was no problem with the surgery. Now we have to let my head heal before we can actually use the device for chemo. The neurosurgeon didn't even shave my head, but put it in a part. He said he made a small slit and slipped it into the incision like a pocket. It hurts a little bit, like I bumped my head really hard, and I have a slight headache sometimes, but Tylenol takes care of that. The soreness will go away in time. Seems weird to think I have something in my brain.
When I got home yesterday, I stayed downstairs to spend some time with the little girls. They were happy to see me and I enjoyed watching them play. We had lunch together, then I came upstairs, where Reece found me when he came home from school. He was glad to see me, too. He and Aubrey watched videos on my computer on my bed, but I got so sleepy I fell asleep and their daddy took them downstairs. I napped the rest of the afternoon, and when I woke up there was beef and veggie kabobs and roasted potatoes for dinner.
I thought I'd be up late, but Reece wanted to sleep with us last night, so I lay down with him about 8:50 and we both went right to sleep. I slept again until 6:30 this morning when he got up. He has gone to school now, and I miss him.
I don't have anything I have to do today, and I'm glad. I don't want to go anywhere, especially the hospital.