Friday, September 21, 2007

Ultrasound #2

Yesterday was an exciting day (and a nervous one too). My wife had her second ultrasound. Everything looked good. We could see a lot more detail this time around. They measured a lot more too.

Once again the baby brought on some good silver! When I got home I searched 4,800 quarters. In them I found one silver quarter (1957D) and five Canadians. The silver quarter is 10th one of the year! It's not a new variety, but it still feels good to have it.

After that I pounded through 11,700 dimes. They produced six silver Rosies (1956D, 1957, 1959, 1962D, 1963D, 1964), twelve Canadians, one US penny, one UK 5 pence, and one Singapore 10¢. My Thursday teller avoids giving me 2007P boxes now. I think that helped. The 1956D is one I needed. Nine more to go!

Lastly, I searched 3,950 pennies. In them I found twenty-four Wheats and twenty-nine Canadians ... no new varieties.

Found: 3 pennies (2 on the street near our house, 1 at Sovereign Bank), 2 dimes (1 outside Sovereign Bank, 1 inside Sovereign Bank)