Monday, February 13, 2012

Things are a bit busy here at work, so for now here's some pictures with commentary ...

Last week Henry and Hazel played during supper time with their backpacks. Hazel looks very mature in this photo to me. I can almost see her going to preschool. She definitely thinks she's ready. Notice Dog in the backpack.

After taking a photo of Hazel Henry insisted I take one of him. This the face he purposely gave me. He was having a lot of fun; one just wouldn't know it from this frown.

Hazel in her favorite place ... the bathroom.

Liam at his fifth birthday party dancing with his friends. Henry didn't participate, but was interested in the whole thing and did laugh along with the other kids. I think if had gone on longer he might have. If Meg and I had started dancing he might have joined in too, but only Meg did.

It's Darth Hazel!

Henry, Meg and Hazel putting blue sprinkles (Henry's request, of course) on the Valentine's Day cake Henry and Meg made just a few hours before (Henry likes to eat cake as soon as possible).

8,000 halves turned up twelve 40% silver halves (1965, 2 x 1966, 3 x 1967, 4 x 1968D, 2 x 1969D), four proof halves (1971S, 1973S, 2 x 1976S) and one commemorative half (1986S Statue of Liberty).

5,000 pennies produced twenty-six Wheats, twenty-eight Canadians and one Euro 1¢.

1916, 1940(2), 1941(2), 1941D, 1942, 1944(3), 1945, 1946, 1947, 1947D, 1949D, 1950, 1951(3), 1955(2), 1956, 1956D(2), 1958D(2)