Saturday, January 15, 2011

Another Barber!

This might be Hazel's favorite toy. It was one of Henry's. Unfortunately she gave herself a bit of a shiner with it this week. It went away quickly.

For some reason snow inspires Henry to take his clothes off, so Wednesday was a clothing optional day for him. Here he is painting.

Hazel getting caught pulling down Henry's car basket.

Henry had several funny statements yesterday. One of them was said after Hazel sneezed and cried ... "Hazel not like that sneeze, Mommy." The other was during a changing of his ... "I've got a chocolate chip one (poop). Not my penis, peanut." Henry can now also tell you what planet we all live on. We're still working on him saying his name when asked or giving his age.

My 8,000 halves this week were pretty good. In them was six 90% silver halves (1908, 1950D, 4 x 1964), nineteen 40% silver halves (2 x 1966, 12 x 1967, 3 x 1968D, 2 x 1969D) and forty-three proofs (1971S, 2 x 1973S, 1974S, 1976S, 4 x 1977S, 2 x 1978S, 2 x 1979S, 4 x 1981S, 2 x 1982S, 3 x 1983S, 1984S, 1985S, 1986S, 2 x 1987S, 1988S, 1992S, 3 x 1993S, 1995S, 1998S, 2 x 2000S, 3 x 2001S, 3 x 2002S, 2006S). That's the third Barber half I've found. Although this one is in the worst condition of the three, it is still pretty cool. Always fun to find one of these. This batch also gave me my most proof halves in one sitting. Most of the proofs were in poor condition so I only kept three.

Found: 1 penny