Wednesday, November 5, 2008


Went for a little walk in Williamsburg after class.   The Temperature was about 66 F but it looked like autumn.   I bought a book I had read about in the Sunday paper.   Its title is:     Dewey  The Small Town Library Cat Who Touched the World by Vicki Myron.  The location is set in Iowa in 1988, on one of the coldest day in January.   When the library open there is a noise in the drop off box and what they found was a cold, shivering gray kitten.      To warm him up they give him a bath and after a few washings they discover Dewey is orange.   He resembles my Henry, only Dewey's fur is longer.   More later, as I continue to read the book.

I am going out to eat dinner with my brother and his family.   Bill said it will be Italian.  The picture below was taken on Glouster Street while I took my walk.

Williamsburg 025



  1. Beautiful fall colors on the oak!

    Have fun at dinner--Italian is always good!

  2. I think you're doing fine and the pic's are excellent.


  3. pretty! the book sounds interesting!! keep us updated on it as you continue to read it


  4. Claudia, I know the cat you are talking about. They had a long story on the news about him one day. Really cool story. Nice picture. Kelly