It’s a rainy Monday here in New York City. It’s Monday nonetheless so here’s your quote of the day… Have a good one!
And O there are days in this life, worth life and worth death.
June 9, 1865: Charles Dickens was in a train derailment in England, 149 years ago today. He climbed out a window and saved the manuscript of Our Mutual Friend, but didn’t leave the scene until he’d brought the victims water from a nearby river, which he ferried in his top hat.