This morning, David was in surgery for just under 3 hours for a revision of his amputation. They assessed the remaining tissue and removed the damage, adjusted the bone, and sealed up the stump. Dr Goodman said that it went as well as could be expected. He’s now back in his room on the 11th floor, raving about the “most beautiful view than you can ever imagine in this neck of the region.” He’s still having some hallucinations from the meds and the anesthesia, but he’s making some coherent speech. Monday he will have the knee reconstruction on his right leg, but until then, his “job” is to get better. He would like a few visitors for short visits, so feel free to contact me or Barbara and we’ll let you know if it’s a good time.