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Q Is For Quiet

My hubby calls the the noise police. I like my quiet time that much.
I hate when the tv is too loud, or sirens and car alarms are going crazy.
I prefer the calm quiet sounds of nothingness.

Even Bjork likes it quiet. Enough so, she sang a song:


So what do you prefer? Quiet calm or Noisy nature?



~All opinions are my own. Video from YouTube and owned by Bjork.~



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  1. I am SO SO SO with you. I love quiet. I find it odd that quiet unnerves some people. Great song choice too.

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  2. Hi Freda,
    I like peace and quiet myself. But that's a little hard to find now a days. Since the twins were born. Have a great day!

    Sherrie
    Just Books
    http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2011/04/to-z-blogging-challenge-q.html

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  3. Hey Freda! It depends on what mood I am in or if I have a headache. LOl

    If I am writing, I don't mind background noise, as long as it is kept a reasonable volume that does not pull me out of what I am doing.

    I work in the City which is loud all the time. There are the rare moments, say on a Monday night where all is quiet.

    When I come home, my neighborhood is so quiet and peaceful that I immediately relax.

    So for me I think I have to factor in mood and atmosphere.

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  4. I don't mind noise, except when it's too loud. I find myself turning down the TV or radio just a couple notches fairly often.

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  5. I love Summers background noise in the country or a relaxing rest with the background noise of the ocean.
    I have a hard time with complete quiet.Great post for 'Q'.
    We do get some weird and quirky Spring weather in the Atlantic Provinces.

    Kathy at Oak Lawn Images

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  6. I like it quiet--but not too quiet. :) Soft instrumental music playing in the background might help me when i'm writing a scene, but often i keep it quiet when i'm editing.
    nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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  7. It all depends on my mood and what the noise is. I don't like the TV playing but music in the background is fine. When I'm working outside I'm always wearing headphones listening to music.

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  8. Cool video. It depends on my mood and the circumstance. Over all I prefer calm quiet, but there are good times for noisiness as well.


    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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