A pharmacy that delivers your RX?I know I was quizzed about having someone take me home and I don't know if they would have "required" I have someone with me the first night but they were pleased I did.
I know that though I did have friends who were able to take me to PT, I did get prescriptions delivered. I'm not sure if my pharmacy routinely delivers but they did do it until I could drive. Since I have a few regular prescriptions that was very helpful. One less ride to have to ask for.
So true. I borrowed a big bag of library books ready for lots of reading. My husband brought them in to hospital. I think I picked up a couple, and then not until day 4 or 5. I could not concentrate enough. My saviours were the test match cricket (2019 Ashes series ) and US Open Tennis on TV and radio (stream on laptop) and my laptop, though the hosp wifi was difficult, only seemed to work for me every other day. But different story once home, now reading voraciously. I did a voluntary library delivery service so I spruiked the service non-stop while in hospital, to patients and OTs alike. Not back to it quite yet.For my first surgery, the general anesthesia fried my brain, and for weeks I could not focus enough to read. I've now heard this happens to other readers. I had picked out a whole box of books which I thought I'd whiz through. I didn't read a single one!