Sunday, October 24, 2010

This weekend we stayed just stayed at home. Hazel didn't sleep that well for a couple of nights, but other than that things went pretty smoothly. We had a nice dinner out at Henry's favorite diner (Meg and I were "celebrating" our anniversary). On Saturday Henry and I did errands and then later we all went shopping. I finally got some new shoes and Meg found a cute baptism outfit for Hazel.

On Saturday morning Henry was really cute with Hazel. I had Meg over to see some little spots on Hazel's chest (they were nothing) Henry then decided he should inspect her with his doctor tools. It was really cute. He also pretended to cut and tweezer her hair. "Hazel looks good!," he said afterward.

8,000 half dollars produced twenty-two 90% silver halves (1917, 1951, 2 x 1952, 1957D, 1962, 2 x 1962D, 1963, 2 x 1963D, 10 x 1964, 1964D) and thirty-four 40% silver halves (1965, 6 x 1966, 6 x 1967, 17 x 1968D, 4 x 1969D). The 1917 is really worn, but I can just barely make out "17"! It's the third oldest half I've found.

Found: 4 pennies