Making a note of something

A thought occurred to me and I decided to make a note of it. I found a piece of paper and a pen. I used the pen to write the note on the piece of paper.

61 Responses to “Making a note of something”

  1. JB says:

    I have heard or random acts of kindness and occasionally have random thoughts.

    For me, writing thoughts is tough, as I don’t understand how to hook up the USB cable from my brain to the pen. Ever since our household went paperless we are without any memorable thoughts. I have taken to dictating to my neighbor who may or may not have a piece of paper and pen.

  2. PaperLady says:

    I have a lot of paper at home.

  3. caro says:

    Can i borrow your pen

  4. Rich says:

    Bravo! Way to use your noggin.

  5. Sqott says:

    Why did you feel the need to note that you used the pen to write the note? Could you not have just said you “wrote the note on the piece of paper”? Just because we are dull does not mean we are ignorant. Please consider us as equals in future posts.

  6. Leonard says:

    It seems adequate to register thoughts on paper for future reference. It may also be advisable to place the aforementioned piece of paper in a binder to enable retrieval of the information in question, at a later point in time.

  7. Michael says:

    You should have opened notepad. It’s faster.

  8. flip says:

    good for you! that’s a good habit, hun

  9. Lorie says:

    Pens are nice.

  10. Kody Griswold says:

    This blog really is to get the reader to read this wondering what is he going to write down . Yet he does not say what he is going to write , but leaves the reader clueless. This blog can go either way as in i was depressed, bored, or even astonished, but a reader needs to be fed not served with an empty plate.

  11. Helen says:

    I had this same experience ! What a small world. But for me, by the time I found the pen, and it was working, I forgot my thought.

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