Wednesday, February 29, 2012

This past weekend started a bit zooey for us with a crazy trip to the "Red Diner." We told ourselves that we wouldn't be going out anymore because Hazel's getting to be too much trouble out right now, but we still did. Saturday was a bit crazy at our house too because Henry was feeling bad and refused to go anywhere. In the evening he kept telling us his ear hurt so Meg took him to the clinic on Sunday morning and I took Hazel to church.

The medication seems to have helped him very quickly. I was able to take Henry to a local model train show on Sunday. We had a good time although Henry was a bit dismayed that he couldn't get anything there. He and I enjoyed checking out the thousands of trains for sale and the couple of layouts they had set up.

During the past few days Meg had been prepping for Henry's birthday and has been able to spend some good time outside with the kids because it has been so warm. I can't wait to full on spring is here and we can routinely take the kids to the park or just kill time playing in our backyard and driveway.

8,000 halves netted one 40% silver half (1967) and one proof half (1999S).

5,440 quarters produced ten Canadians, thirteen US nickels, one Cayman Islands 25¢, one US penny and one US dime.

3,200 dimes rounded up one silver Rosie (1964D), four Canadians and one UK 5 pence.

2,360 nickels yielded two Canadians, two US dimes and one Bahamas 5¢.

8,200 pennies got me eighty Wheats, thirty-nine Canadians, one Euro 2¢, one US dime, one Barbados 1 and one UK penny.

1919, 1934, 1935(2), 1936, 1940(4), 1941(7), 1942D, 1944(3), 1945(5), 1946(7), 1948(3), 1949, 1949D, 1950S, 1951, 1951D(3), 1952D(2), 1953, 1953D(4), 1954, 1954D, 1955(3), 1955D, 1956(4), 1956D(9), 1957(4), 1957D(4), 1958D(4)