Let me echo Jacques: get printed copies of your reports! You will find them useful going forward.
Also, if you cancer center has an online patient gateway, join it. You'll be able to see reports there also.
ETA: I somehow managed to miss your post-surgical post!
No lymph nodes and no mets: great news! Time to celebrate!! In that case, whether or not you and your team want to consider adjuvant chemo will probably depend on some more subtle factors. ( I think I may have described that scenario in another post, actually. )
Here's an article on the subject:https://ascopubs.org/doi/full/10.1200/JOP.2016.017210
In the meantime, rest, heal, take pain meds when you need them--ie, don't be a hero
--and walk when you can. I had an open procedure--can't recall what you were planning--so I was confined to ice chips the first day, and in fact eating too many of those made me throw up, the first and only time I've thrown up in this whole thing! When the eventually let me have a cup of bouillon, it was the most delicious thing in the world.
Things I enjoyed in the hospital: my son read to me, I had them bring in a board game from home, and we all played Ticket to Ride. My son would walk with me, and we enjoyed visiting the huge aquarium in the junction of two halls, and named all the fish.