Friday, December 21, 2012

A couple days ago it was my birthday. When I got home I got even better greeting that usual (the kids usually make a big deal of my arrival ... it is very nice). Hazel ran up to me and said, "Happy Birthday, for you!" while pointing at me and dancing a bit as if she were a Supreme. It was really cute. Henry came up to me and gave me a present he made, a drawing. That night Meg made me a special treat of ham, homemade mac-n-cheese and brussel sprouts. For dessert we had rice pudding.

The next night Meg and I went out to eat and my folks watched the kids. It tasted good and was relaxing!

400 half dollars had two 40% silver halves (1967, 1968D).

4,080 quarters turned up fifteen Canadians, two US nickels and one US penny.

4,300 dimes rounded up fifteen Canadians and one UK 5 pence.

1,440 nickels yielded thirteen Canadians (8 Ni), five US dimes and one US penny.

Overall those were some pretty lame-o coins I searched.