In the past 10 days I found $2.42. Woo hoo! Most of this was in one day when I found six quarters in a change tray of a newspaper vending machine. That same day on a walk I found two dimes and two pennies. The rest has been found in a water vending machine, in parking lots, in a bank drive through lane, at gas stations, on the floor of stores. Really the normal places where I tend to find money.
It never gets old. What do you think? Do you look for money when you're out and about?
Facts About This Found Money Denomination: 27 pennies, 4 dimes, 7 quarters Year: too many to mess with U.S. Mint: same Condition: shiny to tarnished
Okay, so we've never actually spoken, but since the last time you read this blog (and I wrote it) I found 80 cents. Ta da!
Today I stuck my finger in a change slot of a newspaper machine and a nickel fell out and I felt another coin. A dime!
Last week I drove to Tucson and stopped (a few times to use the little girls' room). In one truck stop place in the middle of no where I found a quarter on the floor. Whoopee!
Oh, for a few weeks now I've been working on this chair. It was an overstuffed chair that I stripped of its stuffing. It is now a proud planter! As the summer progresses and more plants are blooming, I'll post another photo or two. This was a pain the butt, a whole lot of work, but I really like how it looks!
Facts About This Found Money Denomination: 15 pennies, 2 nickels, 3 dimes, 1 quarter Year: too many to mess with U.S. Mint: same Condition: shiny to tarnished
Lately I've been finding a penny here, a penny there. Since my last post I found a total of $1.33. I found a dollar bill and a nickel and 28 pennies! See? Lots and lots of pennies.
Today I found a nickel and a penny in a parking lot. I found the dollar bill aptly on the floor of the dollar store. Otherwise the pennies have mostly been in drive through lanes, in parking lots, on the floor of stores, places like that.
Have you been finding any money? I hope so!
Facts About This Found Money Denomination: 28 pennies, 1 nickel, 1 dollar bill Year: too many to mess with U.S. Mint: same Condition: shiny to tarnished