Tuesday, June 2, 2009


Although it is early it has already been a busy day for Meg and I. Henry woke up early again (a bad trend). Already he's pulled down a chair, the Diaper Genie and a trash can. I guess it is just too much fun to pull down all of these and play with them :(. Meg's already left the house with him today. He's got too much energy for the house! I sure hope she can keep up with him today.

I searched some coin last night, but forgot to bring in my cheat sheet (and my watch).

6,800 quarters produced two silver Washingtons (1947, 1956), three Canadians and one proof quarter (1985S). That's the seventh new silver quarter and the fifth proof quarter I've come across this year. The 1985S is the second copy of that proof quarter I've found.

850 dimes turned up one silver Rosie (1958).

440 nickels yielded one Buffalo (1937), on War Time (1944P) and one Canadian. The Buffalo is in pretty good condition.

7,750 pennies had thirty-eight Wheats and fifty-four Canadians. A teller also saved me one Wheat penny (1954D). The Wheats were:

1919, 1925, 1935, 1937, 1938, 1941(2), 1942D, 1944(5), 1945, 1946(6), 1948, 1949(2), 1949S, 1951(3), 1951D, 1952(2), 1957(2), 1957D(3), 1958D(4)

Found: 1 quarter (at DCU)