Notice Things

I was talking with a friend of mine who is also a blogger – you have to check out his ideas at thechristiannerd.com.  We were watching a performance, and there was a random comment made by one of the announcers.  I leaned over and said, I’m going to write about that.  He then asked if I got tired of thinking about blog posts through my day.  I told him that it keeps me engaged in a new way.  I make observations of just normal everyday things.  Thinking through things in terms of a blog post really kind of helps me notice things.

Now, I know that this post is going to be one of those posts that no one will notice.  They’ll see the title and whatever witty quip I come up with to accompany the tweet.  Really, a post on noticing things is really not noticeable at all.

Anyway, thanks for those that noticed.  I hope you to find something in your life that causes you to Notice Things.

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6 thoughts on “Notice Things

  1. Since I’ve made the decision to open a new blog (in the hopes of actually maintaining this one), I find myself constantly noticing things throughout my day that would make a good blog post.
    Actually blogging about them is a whole other issue… 🙂

      1. That’s awesome Amanda. I can’t wait. It’ll definitely show some of your identity
        How’s the figuring out your identity going?

  2. Sometime I notice things that others will never even give a second thought to… Then my friends will comment, “Only you would notice that, Lani.” I’m a blogger, and I have trained my heart and eyes to capture the unnoticeable and hope that others will notice the beauty that I see. Often times…it works! And this makes it worthwhile to slow down and notice the little things in life.

    Visit me on http://stillimpressions.blogspot.com

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