Earlier this week an anonymous person visited the parking lot at Berkshire Medical Center and egged most of the parked cars, but it's definitely not what you think.

According to a post in the Facebook group Good News Pittsfield, a good samaritan left plastics Easter eggs on windshields and bumpers of cars parked at BMC on Thursday. Inside of each egg were typed notes with positive messages, thanking medical workers for their heroic efforts during these crazy times.

One specific note read: Real heroes don’t wear capes. They wear scrubs, work in hospitals and are called health care workers. Thank you for being our super heroes.

Kacey Hatch, who shared the post and photo's, had this to say:

Thank you to whoever placed these wonderful little Easter eggs on all our cars and spreading positivity! You definitely made a lot of hard-working healthcare workers days by doing so! We need more people like you in times like these.

While the 'Easter Bunny' who dropped these off still remains nameless, it is part of a continuing effort to show appreciation to the medical workers of Berkshire County. Signs, posters and sidewalk chalk messages of thanks and encouragment have been outside of Berkshire Medical center for the past few weeks.