Support Following Coccygectomy
Members from my church were so kind as to bring meals to me every other day for a month following my surgery. They coordinated the meals through www.mealtrain.com.
They would have continued bringing me meals after the 30 days but at this point I feel as if I am fairly self-sufficient.
Grocery shopping is still a bit of a chore, and I am still unable to lift heavy items and I get winded very easily. But for the most part, I am able to get my groceries and cook my meals. To cut the amount of labor required to cook my meals, I am cooking meals in a slow cooker so that I can make a meal that will last me about 3 days at a time.
I am so incredibly thankful for the willing mass of my church to help me in any way possible and I am convinced this is one of the reasons I am recovering so quickly.