About a year ago, my family moved into a house in a new neighborhood. Our next door neighbors have been welcoming from the beginning and we like them a lot. We found out recently that our neighbor had a heart attack, and is currently recuperating at home while taking a break from work. We'd like to get a gift to show our support. Flowers seem insufficient, Gift Basket maybe too impersonal. We're feeling stumped and would love some ideas. [more inside]
A co-worker is getting over an illness, and it would be neat for him to receive a gift at the office when he gets back. He loves assembling model gundams. What related sort of gift could we get him? I don't want to just pick out a gundam for him, because I know tastes are particular...
I have 2 family members on a different continent who are recovering from major (different) surgeries. One is an aunt in her 70s, the other is a cousin in her late 20s. They're both bed-bound and will be for a while. I can't do much from where I am, but do want them both to know I am thinking of them, and do something to brighten their days, even if briefly. I've been writing and mailing postcards or cards every 2/3 days, but am running out of useful/interesting things to say.... [more inside]
ComfortFilter: Looking for a better way to express sympathy and support than just "We're keeping you in our thoughts." Can't just be for close loved ones. [more inside]
What types of flowers or arrangements are appropriate for the family of someone in the ICU? [more inside]
Ideas for a get-well-soon card for a grandmother with a dislocated hip? [more inside]