Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Nana's from Venus

Yesterday Meg and I met with Henry's preschool teacher just after we dropped him off. 29 small dollars had nothing.
Recently Henry told Meg, "Nana's from Venus. Grandpa told me." Although not as funny, but cute to me, he told me about a dream he had. There was lots of snow in our driveway that was "moving itself" (not sure what that means) and that he, I and Grandpa were out in it.

Yesterday Meg and I met with Henry's teacher after dropping him off at school. We were concerned that he wasn't participating at school too much and that he might be having tantrums there. The teacher allayed our fears and said although quiet (especially the first few days during which he did a lot of observing) he was bonding with one of the aides and had spoken a bit. I also got to see his classroom and peak in on him for the first time. If it were feasible I could have watched the whole two hours he was there. It was wonderful to see him in there.

2,600 quarters produced six Canadians, one dollar (a 1979, SBA dollar), one UK 10 pence and one Bermuda 25¢.

2,950 dimes yielded three silver Rosies (1946, 1948, 1964), five Canadians and two UK 5 pence.

1,000 nickels turned up three Canadians and one Bermuda 5¢.

14,700 pennies rounded up one Indian Head (1903), sixty-four Wheats (including one Steelie), one hundred eighteen Canadians, four US dimes, one Barbados 1¢, one UK penny, one Euro 2¢ and one Bahamas 1¢.

1910, 1914, 1917, 1920(2), 1928, 1937(3), 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941(4), 1943, 1944(2), 1945(4), 1947(3), 1948(2), 1949, 1950(2), 1951(3), 1951D, 1952(3), 1953(2), 1953D(3), 1955, 1955D, 1955S(2), 1956(3), 1956D(3), 1957, 1957D(7), 1958(2), 1958D