Britta Thomason, who heads the Air Evac Lifeteam base in Dublin, Georgia, last month gave an interview to a local newspaper about her job, in which she said she liked to listen to Swift's music when relaxing.A few weeks later, Thomason received an answerphone message from the singer's representatives about a package being delivered to her. A day later a big box arrived."When I opened it, I was so nervous. I was shaking just because it was so surreal," Thomason told Reuters on Thursday (April 15).Inside was merchandise including T-shirts, candles, a blanket, notebook and champagne glass. Thomason said she was particularly moved by a handwritten note in which Swift thanked her "for serving on the frontlines of this pandemic and for being brave enough to put yourself in danger to help others."