A smattering of things I happen to have noticed recently:
My coffee shop has four distinct styles of patio chair, though only one style of table.
USA today is only published 5 out of every 7 days.
The Creative Loafing box across from my apartment has a theft chain but it's not chained to anything.
I currently have four pens in my pocket: one red, two purple, one green but none that are black or blue.
The sign in front of the neighboring parking lot says "Parking for Chelsea Building Only" but does not indicate which building that is. Nor is the building in question labeled as such.
Strollers have gotten steadily larger over the last 25 years. The one my mother used for me weighed about five pounds and could be folded up like an umbrella. Modern strollers are nearly the size of compact cars.
There are no red maple trees in Georgia. I don't actually think there are any maple trees at all but it's the absence of the red ones that I notice.
The apartment building next to mine is falling to ruins. The interior is condemned and the windows mostly shattered. Despite this the landscaping is continuously maintained.
Doogie Howser's journal entries are so vague that, were he to ever go back and read them, he'd have no idea what actually happened that day.
Some days it's best to just look around and save the meaning of things for another time.