Wednesday, August 11, 2010

People often ask me how Henry and Hazel get along. I usually say, "good." For the most part they really do get along well. Henry is sometimes jealous of the attention she gets, but it is not bad. He doesn't seem angry at her much. Most of the time he wants her to be in the same room as him and enjoys holding her hand or giving her hugs. It's pretty cute when he lays down next to her on her play mat. Henry even sometimes shares duck with Hazel. Yesterday he even gave her some of his polished stones, saying "don't eat these." So far my fears about her crying waking him up have proven unfounded. It all could change, but as of yet there have been very few incidents of him waking up because of her.

2,920 quarters turned up two silver Washingtons (1964, 1964D), ten Canadians, two US nickels and one US penny.

2,550 dimes had twelve silver Rosies (1950S, 2 x 1953, 1954, 1959D, 1960D, 2 x 1961, 1962, 2 x 1964, 1964D), five Canadians (including a 1964, 80% silver) and one Irish 5 pence (1994). It seems like I've been finding a lot of Canadian silver coins lately.

2,120 nickels produced one Buffalo (dateless), six Canadians (2 Ni), one US dime, one US penny and a Bermuda 5¢. I also found a key date Jefferson, 1949S.

4,100 pennies rounded up twenty-six Wheats, thirty-seven Canadians and one US dime. The Wheats were:

1934(2), 1940(2), 1941, 1942(2), 1944(4), 1945, 1946(2), 1950S, 1953D, 1954D, 1955(2), 1956D(2), 1957D(3), 1958D

Found: 1 penny