Thursday, May 10, 2012

Yesterday Henry was very excited to show something he made while I was at work. It was a drum made out of a used coffee can, wrapped in paper with drawings and stickers as well as a string so it could be put around his neck. Hazel made one too. Hers had animal stickers on it (Henry's had monster trucks). I saw this e-mail from Meg about it today, I concur:

Henry's beating on the pans and yelling "A one, two, a one, two, three!" It's pretty cute. Except for the ear-splitting sound level.

I didn't round up too much coin yesterday. What I got was kind of boring.

2 halves had nothing.

2,760 quarters had just two Canadians.

1,700 dimes produced one silver Rosie (1964D), seven Canadians, one UK 5 pence, one Aruba 10¢ and three US pennies.

1,560 nickels yielded eight Canadians.