Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Yesterday at work I got this cute message from Meg:

Henry dressed himself this morning! He was very proud. I told him I was proud of him, so then he later told me that he was proud of me. I asked him why, and he said, "Because you got dressed yourself, too."

I also heard about how Hazel hurt her foot by stepping on a marble. She was pretty upset about and had a hard time walking the rest of the day (seems OK today). She went for a quick check-up at the doctor, but was hobbling quite a bit. It didn't seem to bother her too much when I saw her, it was just very noticeable.

21 small dollars and 486 half dollars had nothing.

8,160 quarters produced twenty Canadians, two UK 10 pence, one Italian 50 Lire, one German Mark, seven US dimes and six US nickels.

6,650 dimes yielded six silver Rosies (1946, 2 x 1947, 1952, 1962D, 1964), ten Canadians, one Dominican Republic 10¢, one UK 5 pence and one US penny.