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Suitable gift for the heart attacked patient

What is a good thing to send your boss after he's had heart surgery? My husband s boss is in the hospital. He had triple bypass heart surgery this past friday. We want to send him something but I have no idea what to send. Chocolates seem out of the question and flowers seem girlie . I don t know what to do. We are also limited on budget. Please help!
Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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Depending on the closeness of your husband and his boss would aid in the selections. What I did for a boss I was fairly close with, he had fallen ill and I got a gift bag and filled it with things like a hand held wooden massager, a book on a subject he liked and a CD of soothing music, helps if you have a clue to his type of music. You can add some little inspirational things, what I did for my boss (who I knew believed in God) was I went to the Christian store and got him a pocket reminder, it is a small cross to go into his pocket w/his change and whenever he put his hand in he would feel the cross. Hope the boss feels better soon.
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