Today the Jefferson Market Library, located on 6th Avenue in Manhattan, shared this photo, noting that one of their librarians received the note from "a homebound patron regarding the hurricane." The patron was pushed out of New York following Sandy, and during that time one of the librarians checked in to make sure she was okay. The note reads:

"Friends of mine outside the city, some of whom suspect the kidness of our hearts, have been told my Hurricane Sandy story—that my local librarian called me to see if I was doing okay and needed anything. Such are the people of NYC in a crisis. Thank you for that and making home a wonderful place."

Just a reminder that many New Yorkers have your back, New York.