Mason was a little nervous about having his port accessed after so long, but it didn't hurt at all and he didn't even notice he had already been poked until he looked down and saw that it was done.
His anesthesiologist today was my brother's friend's wife, Adrian, who we have known for years, so I felt really good about leaving him in her hands. It's funny, because the last MRI Mason had at Primary Children's was luckily done with Adrian as the anesthesiologist, too. Without even trying! And we found out that she also rotates between Primary's, and the Riverton extension of Primary's (is that what it's called?), so she could have been his anesthesiologist for his very first MRI (the one where the tumor was found), if she had been working that day. Just some random coolness for ya. :)
And now I'll leave you with a video of the little guy. This is him just waking up. He wouldn't answer anyone when we tried to wake him up, but I put that popsicle to his lips, and he was instantly awake and licking it. Sadly, I missed that part, but here's what I got: