Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Yesterday morning I had a really nice time with Hazel. She got up before Meg and Henry and we had about half an hour together to play and watch birds. Here she is in one of her favorite spots watching birds in our backyard.

Meg had an interesting conversation with Henry that she e-mailed me about:

"We need to get new library books because mine are dead."
"You mean you're done with your library books?"
"Yes, and they dead."
"Your books are dead?"
"Yes, because I read them a lot."

I searched a lot of coin last night, but the results were pretty boring.

8,000 quarters had seven Canadians, one German Mark, one US nickel, one US dime and two US pennies.

2,100 dimes produced one silver Rosie (1950) and four Canadians.

1,400 nickels yielded one War Time (1944P) and one US penny.

5,000 pennies turned up seventeen Wheats, thirty-two Canadians, one UK penny, one Bermuda 10¢ and thirteen US dimes.

1918, 1940(2), 1944, 1949, 1952D, 195392), 1953D, 1955D, 1956D(2), 1957(2), 1957D(3)

Found: 2 pennies