Thursday, June 2, 2011

T-Storms and Tornados

It was one weird night at our house last night, but we're very thankful our town wasn't hit by a tornado and can't stop thinking about those that were affected.

We spent some time in basement because of the tornado warning. Henry found it fun down there and was glad he couldn't hear the thunder as much. His quote of the day, "I not like thunderstorms ... I not say they hurt me. I not like them because they're loud." (That's probably why he doesn't like the ice cream truck either.) He slept through some of later storms, but I later brought him downstairs to spend some time with us. He fell asleep on the couch watching Curious George.

5 small dollars and 1 half had nothing.

2,080 quarters produced four Canadians.

3,600 dimes yielded one silver Rosie (1951) and three Canadians.

1,960 nickels turned up one Buffalo (1935), one War Time (1945D) and three Canadians. I also might have found a 1963 Proof, but I'm not sure yet. I have to study it a bit more.

4,950 pennies rounded up just eleven Wheats and twenty-six Canadians.

1944(2), 1944D, 1949(2), 1952, 1953D, 1957, 1957D(4)