Thursday, February 18, 2010

Sharing Tea

Here's two cute pictures of Henry sharing tea with his stuffed monkeys. When I got home he wanted to set things up again. It was very cute how kept warning Meg and I that the tea was "hot!"

Last week Meg e-mailed me this little conversation she had with Henry.

Henry: Dad? Dad?
Me: Dad?
Henry: Work. Dad work.
Me: Yes, Dad's at work.

It's a good example of our recent communication with him.

I didn't do too bad with last night's coins.

8,000 halves (last week's) produced two 90% silver halves (2 x 1964) and twenty-two 40% silver halves (2 x 1965, 3 x 1966, 8 x 1967, 7 x 1968D, 2 x 1969D).

4,500 dimes turned up three silver Rosies (1952, 1960, 1962D), eight Canadians (one was a 1960, 80% silver), one Columbia 10 Pesos (1991), two US pennies and a small washer. The Columbian coin is a new type for me.

1,200 nickels rounded up one War Time (1942S), three Canadians (1 Ni, a 1938, King George VI nickel) and a key date Jefferson (1951S).

Found: 2 dimes (1 at Burger King, 1 at work)