Darling Hubby is Diabetic and has had many problems with his feet. We have had many surgeries and many hospital stays, so it seems pretty routine to us. Hubby has to have foot surgery tomorrow. Usually, he has foot surgery as an outpatient and is home the same day. This time, he has to go in the hospital as he is having surgery On BOTH feet, silly doctor. So, he will be in a wheelchair for a couple of weeks, stuck at home, since we live in a second floor apartment. We will get him upstairs the day after surgery, then he is staying put.
Well, except that the doctor wants Hubby to come by for a followup. I may remind said doctor that we live in a second floor apartment and tell him that he can just come by on the way home from work. We are right on the way. LOL! I wonder if that would work? Probably not, though I may try to come up with some way to keep him from having to go. Maybe I could take pics of Hubby's feet and send them to the doctor.
Hubby usually cooks all our meals during the week, but I don't know if he can reach the stovetop from a seated position. He has not practiced using the wheelchair, so I don't know what he can reach. I will be doing most of the cooking. (I say most, since I figure Hubby will figure out some way to cook. LOL!) I never generate as many leftovers as he does, so, I will end up with fewer lunches for work. Hence the frozen dinners mentioned in my last post.
Of course, I could be a really good wife and make up a bunch of dinners on the weekends that Hubby can just throw in the oven. Or the crockpot. That is probably the best idea, as I will still be going to work everyday.
Here is where Hubby will be stuck for a while.....
Modern CrockPot Slow Cooking
19 hours ago