Okay, wow. I am telling you the history of my bunion agony! Let's just skip to last week! Bunion, gone. Pain, ever so present. I was waited on hand and foot by my husband and my mother pretty much all of last week. It was incredible to have those two people love on me so well. Colby was unbelievable. He brought my coffee to bed, he would literally carry me to the bathroom in the middle of the night when walking on it was too painful, he would massage it at a moment's notice. He was wonderful. My mom worked from my dining room the next two days. Bringing me anything I needed and cooked us supper (well breakfast & lunch too) every day and stocked my pantry, fridge (& freezer with homemade baked ziti and chicken casserole to fix the following week so I didn't have to go to the grocery store!) World's Best Mama Award.
The day my mom couldn't be here, my precious mother-in-law came down to see me and relieve me of my cabin fever. She got me out of the house and rolled the windows down. It was fabulous. My sisters-in-laws were also so incredible at loving me. They brought me magazines, goodies, care packages and a beautiful spaghetti supper!
Ya'll this is like the most minor surgery EVER! And I had all these people loving on me like it was something super serious. Golly, I am so blessed. I am officially full weight bearing and I get my bandages taken off and my post-op boot changed next week. Recovery is going great and I am so thankful for the continued support!