A few weeks ago we met Wes - an Angel who knows about
old Chevy cars. Wes offered to work with us today from 8-12 AM on our 1938 Chevy. What a blessing. This project is something Doc and Brian have been working on for +/- 13 years and which has been dormant for the past 4 years.
Before Wes arrived, I ran to the gas station for gasoline so we could start up the car.There was a penny at the register area of the station. (Coin #1) I boldly claimed it and the told the cashier about PennyFinders while giving him a Penny Card. He smiled. As I turned to leave, there was a penny in the doorway near where I had been standing! Mushroom coin. (Coin #2).
Brian and his fiancee arrived at 7:25 AM with Doc’s required Starbucks coffee in hand. We then spent the next 2.5 hours focused on the Chevy. Wes was so thoughtful, he drove over in his 1940 Chevy so that we could refer to it as needed!
By 10 AM we had done everything we could and needed to order some parts. Wes left and the rest of us wondered what to do until Stephen (other son) arrived at Noon for Doc’s Birthday lunch.
We worked next on our bedroom window air conditioner. The nights have been unbearably hot. We pulled the love seat away from the wall in order to gain access to the unit, and there were a penny and quarter under it! (Coins #3&4).
We did a few other things and then met son, Stephen and Grandson, Ethan for a wonderful Italian Birthday lunch.
Later this afternoon Doc and I went to a home supply store to look for repair items for the rental townhouse. We were headed to the bank for some cash, but Doc insisted upon cruising through the high school parking lot first. We were just about at the end of the lot when Doc said, “I don’t see any coins today … except for this dime!” He stopped the van opened his door, leaned out and collected a dime - and a penny! (Coins #5&6)
At the bank there was a penny under the bench by the door. (Coin #7)
There were some other wonderful manifestations and incoming things as well, but they aren’t coin related.
Total: 7 Coins P (5), N (0), D (1), Q (1) = $0.40
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