It’s interesting that we use the phrase “nurse back to health” and not “doctor back to health.” If any of us are ever unfortunate enough to have to spend an extended period of time in a hospital, we see far more nurses than we do doctors. They’re the ones that check our vitals, bring our meals, administer the medicines, pass along information, welcome visitors, and generally do their best to make an unpleasant necessity as comfortable as possible.
Let’s not forget, too, that there are thousands of nurses that travel to patients. Sometimes they’re on a clinic bus, performing routine screenings or minor procedures for folks without a local doctor’s office. Sometimes they’re in their own car, delivering professional care to home-bound patients.
The first week of May is National Nurses Week. If one of your family is a nurse, or has ever been helped by a nurse, show your appreciation for their dedication and selflessness with one of our Nurse mugs!
1. No WebMD Allowed
This may surprise you, but anyone can post anything online. Your nurse actually went to school for this, so maybe don’t argue with them.
2. Shots and Shots
We sell these as coffee mugs, but it’s really up to you.
3. Party Foul
My aunt was a home-visit nurse, but at parties, she’d tell people she was an outreach director for a community non-profit. Technically true, and she didn’t have to make any diagnoses.
4. They’re Actually People
It amazes me how many people think they can order their nurses around. They have a hard job; don’t make it harder.
5. Long Shift
Medical spouses should be acknowledged for their patience and support.
These are just a few of the Nurse mugs we have in stock. Have a whole team you want to thank? U.S. orders of two or more mugs get free shipping!