Re: The immovable object.
Surgery went well. Initial test show no spread to lymph nodes, which is good. We won't know more definitively for a few weeks. As I suspected, H2 and doctors were wrong about how much fat she had in her belly. As I predicted, it was all skin from her major weight loss and little fat to transplant. Surprisingly, I do not much care that she has gone from a D to an A cup. Even though I am a major boob man. Now that we rarely have sex, what difference does it make? The less she turns me on, the less difficult it is to go without sex. We shall see how both of us feel a few months from now.
Right now all that matters is that she heals and they got rid of all the cancer. Hopefully they will discharge her from the hospital tomorrow. Kids are home for 2 weeks until they leave for college. Her Mom and my parents are here so we have plenty of hands to help with what should be the worst of it (the first week she is home). Once she can walk easier and the drains are out of her belly, then we can see what kind of follow up treatment is required.
Many thanks to all who wish her well. We are thinking of making a charitable donation in honor of all who expressed warm thoughts toward us.