I'm listening to the sound of the rain on the big sycamore tree in the front yard through the screen door, the kids watching a video with their daddy in the livingroom..... the bits of conversation and laughs here and there are like music.
My wife's cat purring in my lap... We call him snowballs since I insisted he get cut right away after we got him so now there'snowballs. I hate cats but this one has adopted me and he acts enough like a dog that I can tolerate him. He purrs like no other cat I've ever been around.
I've got an upset robin in the back yard doing its chirp chirp. One in the front yard asking what is wrong too.
There is a cardnial doing its calls along with the whistling phebes.
There is the jerk in his glider off in the distance a bit. He stopped buzzing our house when I told his neighbour I wanted permission to ride my snowmobile on their property. I'd buzz his house every night so they couldn't have any peace and solitude. There is a bunch of state land 4 miles east of me he could buzz.
I hear the wife turning pages in the book she is reading , the rabbits jumping around in there cage ,and a few birds .
yea with out the hearing aids ,, it is a much quieter world .. when I take them out its like most when they are using good ear plugs ,,,
yard noise of turkeys, chickens, ducks, oriols, cardinals, bluebirds, anda noisy ol mockingbird!
TEC- I have a group of owls that start in the neighbors woods and slowly hoot on past our place into our west woods. Kinda fun hearing them. It takes about an hour to go 2 miles!
SAMGEE- I bet you thought you'd get some new ideas on what kind of music us beeks listen to!!!
sometimes the best sound is none at all! thats why I moved to the country!