Every morning around 6:30 am, I pass the folks coming to work at Dell Children’s. I wish them a good shift but what I really want to do is hug them and thank them for all they do.
I feel the same towards all of you in this difficult time. I can’t imagine what it must be like for you, your families, this ein your care. But have a profound respect for your willingness to accept the inconvenience and risk of seeking to help others heal.
The word hero is greatly overused and often for people that might just be famous or lucky. The quiet work you do gets little if any fame and takes no luck, only selfless dedication to what you do. That makes all of you my heroes.
You are in our thoughts and prayers. I so wish there was more we could do to support you during this time.