Sayreville resident Gail Thompson visited Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick on May 6 to drop off floral wreaths and floral arrangements in terra cotta pots that she made.
“[I extended] a wonderful feeling of love and gratitude to all the medical staff at this hospital,” she said. “I hope that these flowers will bring sunshine and hope to the staff especially when they are having a hard day.”
Thompson also brought three posters to the hospital. Two were drawn by Emma and Riley who are elementary school students. She, herself, drew one with a star and inspirational sayings.
“If you like to do crafts or any other type of hand work projects this is the perfect time for you to do it. I think you’ll agree that when you make something with your own hands it makes you happy and right now we all could use more happiness in our lives,” Thompson said.