Sunday, May 9, 2010

This weekend was supposed to be a relaxing Mother's Day weekend, but it was not to be. Henry's been feeling yucky since Friday with a fever. We've had some pretty long days with him watching lots of Curious George. Tonight he seemed to be doing much better, spirit-wise, but we took his temperature just before bedtime and it was still pretty high. Luckily the doctor we called said we could wait until morning to take him into the doctor's office, but we're still a bit worried and pretty tired from all of this.

I did manage to finish prepping the baby's room for painting and I made Meg an Indian dinner on Saturday that I was pretty proud of.

Last week's coins were OK, except for the halves. :(

375 small dollars turned up four Canadian $1 coins and two new US varieties for me (2010P Sacajawea, 2010D Sacajawea).

8,180 half dollars had one 90% silver half (1964) and eight 40% silver halves (). Only the 90% half came from my boxes.

5,820 quarters produced thirteen Canadians, one Cayman Islands 25¢, one UK 10 pence and one US nickel. Two of the Canadians were silver (in the same roll too!); a 1967 (50-80% silver) and a 1968 (50% silver).

1,300 dimes yielded two silver Rosies (1961D, 1964) and four Canadians.

720 nickels turned up four Canadians (1 Ni).

2,900 pennies had thirteen Wheats and fourteen Canadians. The Wheats were:

19??, 1941, 1944, 1945(2), 1946, 1947, 1949, 1951D, 1953, 1956D, 1957, 1957D

Found: 4 pennies (2 at CVS, 2 at Costco), 1 dime (at Stop & Shop)