Every Thursday for the past few weeks the UK has stood at their front doors and clapped. They have clapped so loudly and with such admiration for the UK’s National Health Service and frontline staff, it brings tears to my eyes every single time. It feels me with so much emotion and makes me so proud we have a service that is helping those that need it the most.
We are living in such strange times. The way we have adapted to life astounds me. The NHS and everyone on the frontline are putting their lives on the line to save lives. That right there is amazing.
I have always been a huge advocate for the NHS. I have been that person who has needed them, they patched me up when I needed it and made me better in times I felt so low. They are pretty damn amazing and I think after all of this the service will come out better and more powerful than ever before. We as a country are so so lucky to have them.
You can bet, that I will be outside clapping, every Thursday, cheering them and all the frontline staff on and thinking about just how much they are risking their lives to save others. That right there is a team of superheroes if ever there was one..
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