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Happy Thoughts People-for the Evil Work Compatriot

So...my friend Nat, who is about 8 months preggers, is now on bedrest with preeclampsia. I talked to her last night, and she's already bored out of her gourd.

So I need:

  1. Happy thoughts for Nat. I don't pray, but good thoughts are never wasted
  2. Ideas for ways to help her NOT get bored. I'm bringing her books tonight and will likely go teach her to knit/crochet on the weekend. She doesn't seem to have many hobbies that are "doable" in the hospital.

I don't think she scared so much as annoyed. She's SUPERDUPER organized (to the point of anal retentiveness) and this is a definite wrench in her plans. Add to that the fact that she was VERY early when she was born, and I think she's not in the best of moods. Any suggestions on what to do/say to help? I also plan on making her favorite dessert that I make (Mint Chocolate Brownie Cupcakes) since really, if you can't eat some crap while on bedrest, what's the point?

Lend her an Ipod and a game boy! Can't think of anything more. Good luck to her! Good thoughts coming from the East.


Tell her MEGABRAD the crazy American says "Good luck"!!!!
Then take her some Beavertails!!!!!

Lots of happy thoughts and vibes for Nat xx

I'm sure just your PRESENCE will help out in that regard.

Ugh, my sympathy goes out to her. Bedrest is tantamount to being put on house arrest.

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