Mural honors frontline workers during coronavirus pandemic
For many who have been battling COVID-19 for months, it is a welcome expression of the thanks many now feel.
It's still hard to do something difficult every single day, and probably the hardest part is how inhuman it feels. So we thought, Could we do something to inspire, to say thank you, T cheer people, you know you're doing great. Keep it up. The area that that the murals placed is where all of the staff come in. And it was this gray, utilitarian cinderblock back hallway. They've been painting it for give or take about 3.5 weeks, almost four weeks. There's been everything from just stop jaw dropping. Wow, somebody did something for us. Somebody cares that we're having a bad day. Every gesture that someone gives it means so much to us because we're going to come back tomorrow and we're going to do it again. So saying thank you in any little way is hugely important.