Dear Nurses (aka Superheroes)
Today isn’t what you signed up for, and still, you show up. We want you to know we see you and we are grateful.
We are grateful for the long, critical hours you are putting in while displaying bravery in the face of a scary, unseen enemy.
Here at Crazy Compressions, we talk a lot about the importance of wearing fun supportive socks to boost your circulation and spread some cheer. But you are the ones walking the walk and standing in the gap for all of us. You are on the front lines, working incredibly long hours, making hard decisions, and fighting for the lives of our loved ones. We can’t say enough how grateful we are for you!
Nurses, you are seen and loved
People throughout the world are seeing you and applauding. You are not invisible, you are our heroes.
Whether it is a brightly colored construction paper heart placed in a window or the fabric mask you are wearing that someone in your community sewed for you, we hope you see bright, beautiful reminders throughout your day of how much EVERYONE is rooting for you.
We are doing our part at Crazy Compressions and practicing social distancing. We’re encouraging our loyal customers to stay home and put their feet up. Practice some home-based self-care, do a few home workouts, and postpone group runs.
There is so much to love about nurses. Your determination, compassion, skill, and incredible work ethic has brought you to today, and we believe will get us all through this pandemic. We are looking forward to the day where you can put your feet up, take a deep breath, and relax. Until then make sure to perform self-care for your tired ankles and feet. Read up on the tips on How to Keep Your Feet Healthy on the Job.
From the bottom of our hearts, thank you. We love you and are rooting for you, your family, and all of us.
Nurses don’t always hear thank you. Here at Crazy Compression, we believe they should be celebrated and thanked as often as possible. If there is a nurse in your life, take a moment today to do something special for him or her. If you aren’t sure what they need, just ask and then follow through.