I Can’t Help But Notice


We all make them.

But I have to say,

Some of you make some pretty wonky decisions.

No judgment on my part mind you.

I just can’t help but notice.


I don’t seem as capable when it comes to noticing mine…


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28 thoughts on “I Can’t Help But Notice

  1. They’re much clearer in hindsight.


  2. Paul says:

    Ha! Basic truth for sure.


  3. tric says:

    😜, thankfully I only make good choices.


  4. Ocean Bream says:

    Hahaha, this gave me a chuckle. You know, I agree with you there! Easier to spot wrong choices as an outsider 😛


  5. Hahahahaha! I don’t understand why we were given such good hindsight but terrible foresight! It would have helped me make better decicisions. LOL!


  6. I know, but my choices always seem to be whoppers!


  7. Sometimes I wonder if what I’m seeing out there is me? 😉


  8. russtowne says:

    I represent that comment! It seems that whenever life is flowing smoothly I do something to to grind gears somewhere in my life. Perhaps making poor decisions offers additional opportunities for experience, growth, and even wisdom. Or, it could simply be a way for me to rationalize making foolish decisions! I prefer to think of it as the former! ;-D!


  9. So true Colleen! easier to see from the outside!


  10. Anonymous says:

    Many synonyms for wonky-none good! Glad I never made one of those. Unless posting this
    is one.


  11. markbialczak says:

    Oh, yes, MBC. The foggy mirror syndrome is familiar to me, too!


  12. reocochran says:

    Mine aren’t wonky (said with a 😉 ) They are “doozies!!”


  13. niaaeryn says:

    I at times am unaware of my choices…true. working on that.


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