Thanks To Nurses Everywhere For Your Service

As part of the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife” celebration, the American Nurses Association will expand National Nurses Week, traditionally celebrated from May 6 to May 12 each year, to a month-long celebration in May to expand opportunities to elevate and celebrate nursing.

To all the nurses out there some of whom I am friends with I salute you for your service to the world. When my dad was sick I saw really how important they are. A hospital or physicians practice doesn’t run without them. Thank you for all you do to keep our communities well and healthy. In this time of COVID-19 thanks for your bravery.

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Tony "T-Bird" Burgess

Hi there, my name is Tony Burgess from Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA. I am a believer, bleeding-heart, idealist and blogger. I'm married to Laura and Cody is our dog. Daily I work for a blood bank. My blog is where I chronicle and curate the sacred, serious and silly things in my life. I am a member of The Episcopal Church. Thank you for connecting with me. Grace, peace, and love!

3 thoughts on “Thanks To Nurses Everywhere For Your Service”

  1. Our neighbor across the street is a nurse at a hospital in the state capital so I am sure she’s been through the ringer. I wish I could find a yard sign thanking all essential workers from nurses and docs to cashiers. Spook and I wanted to make a sign from cardboard but it’s been raining here so much not even sealing it in packing tape protects it from the moisture. 😦

    Nurses and docs and cashiers and stock people and truck drives are the new heroes, amongst other essential workers.

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  2. Thank you for appreciating our nurses. I had a sister who used to be a nurse in NY. She died more than a decade ago, but she was a strong pillar for the family when she was still alive.

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    1. My dad was in the hospital a lot last year before he died and I saw the work nurses and CNT”s did to help care for him. They do a lot including data collection that can go toward finding out what’s going on with someone. They are truly the backbone of any hospital or clinic.

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