Monday, February 14, 2011

It's been a slow, but I think we're all on the path to recovery at our house. The sickness we've been dealing with a lengthy one. Hazel is still showing a lot of spirit. She's been very silly lately and has begun talking, using the "dah-dah" sound a lot. Henry's has been his usual talkative self. He's asking "what you say?" and other such questions constantly. (It can get a little old.) He's also been coming out with some funny stuff. After I told him Hazel was making monster sounds, he told me, "Hazel not monster baby. Hazel just baby." He also told Meg yesterday, "That not doctor on phone, that Target. Target say come buy a new car."

I had some pretty good luck with my coin searching this past weekend and managed to pick up a bit more yesterday.

9 large dollars and 3 small dollars didn't have anything.

8,002 half dollars produced four 90% silver halves (1954D, 1963D, 1964, 1964D), forty-seven 40% silver halves (1965, 5 x 1966, 15 x 1967, 16 x 1968D, 10 x 1969D) and two proof halves (1986S, 1992S).

520 quarters had just one UK 10 pence and a Jamaica 10¢.

600 dimes turned up three Canadians.

360 nickels didn't have anything.

1,450 pennies yielded four Wheats (1941, 1944, 1953D, 1956D), eight Canadians and one US dime.