The Captain had his first MRI post surgery and radiation this past Tuesday.
I'm not gonna lie... I was nervous.
Well, nervous, yes... but mostly emotional.
And slightly twitchy.
It probably showed as I sat alone slightly weepy in the corner of the waiting room.
I drew a few looks.
We were able to see the Captain's oncologist directly after his scan.
After waiting hardly at all, she pulled up the pictures for us to see.
And it was really cloudy.
White, filmy, cloudiness is what we saw in the tumor bed.
And we had to wait for that.
So we went home.
I finally received a call from the doc. She said that it looked like Andy was negative for profusion.
"What's that mean?" I asked.
She replied that it looks that all the cloudiness in the Captains head seems to be residual radiation.
(she actually didn't use the words "the Captain" she just called him Andy...)
I am both hopeful and encouraged.