So, I can't remember most of them because I just started noticing the pattern and not writing them down right away. Now I'm determined to get going on this, so here is what I have so far (having sadly forgotten so many):
1. I saw an actual red-wing blackbird. The next day I found a little plaque that explained about red-wing blackbirds. Admittedly this is my weakest one, but what is weird is that I've lived her for ten year and never saw one before. I used to see them regularly in MN.
2. I was explaining to my daughter about what a raven was, and that they were scary, and that one actually dive-bombed me and hit the back of my head when I was in Chicago. This morning, when I got up and went our there was one sitting at the the top of our pine tree yelling at me.
(Birds! Hm. But the others were not about birds).
3. I looked at my stand up paddleboard and thought about how essential and treasured the fin portion of it is, and my son lost it the next day (where that stupid thing is is one of the great mysteries of life right now. He just moved it from one car trunk into another and it's vanished)
I'll keep paying attention, and if there are any more I'll write them before I forget them.