Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Found Stuff ~~ Warm Heart Wednesday No. 012

 
Money found is money saved again. Plus it gives a person a warm hearted feeling
 
A good thing about finding money is that this time it can be saved where you remember where you put it.  I was cleaning out a box of stuff from our move and found all this money and gift cards.  I also found three silver dollars, not in the picture.
 
The money was $203 US and 10£ UK. Gift cards were in small amounts for Cracker Barrel and Target and Walgreens.  There were several 'piggy banks' pretty full also.  The silver was uncirculated condition, an 1887 Morgan, a 1923 Peace, and a 1972 Eisenhower Dollar.  Total silver worth is about $100.
 
Here is hoping you guys will make a find too.  Or did you already?
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.The fine print: 
Warm Heart Wednesday for the week of January 20.  Click here,
http://jennymatlock.blogspot.com/ , for links of others or for directions to join with a post of your own. There Ms. Jenny is our teacher.

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Comments:
Good morning, found money is a happy feeling. Time to visit Cracer Barrel soon, YUM! Enjoy your day and the week ahead!
 
I love finding these kinds of treasures. How cool.

Have a fabulous day. ☺
 
What a treasure trove you found ~ fun ! Neat photo!

Happy Weekend to you, ^_^

 
That is something to celebrate!
 
Finding money is always fun! Another fun money thing is when you cash in your coin jar and it holds a lot more than you thought. We wrapped up all the nickels, dimes, and quarters my husband had been saving in a big beef jerky jar, and it had almost $1,000 in it. We almost fainted with delight, needless to say. =)
 
So often I put something in a safe place and then I can't remember where that safe place is located. I'll remember putting it somewhere, but not the exact location. Drives me crazy. Of course, finding it again is almost as exciting as Christmas morning when I was a kid.
 
I love this Jim!

We used to buy a bunch of books at garage sales. Sometimes they would wait for months before we read them.

Imagine my delight when I opened one and 4 50's fell out.

We didn't know who we had bought it from so we just donated 2 of them and went out to dinner!

I love that you found old coins, too.

Thanks for the smile and the heart warming link to week 12.

XOXOXOX
 

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