I hope you've reached the right place, and I hope that you're over eighteen. This website is for adults only. No, I don't sell adult toys or videos or anything like that, this isn't a porn site. But it is the site of an erotic romance writer.
If you're looking for a steamy read, long, short or in between, where the characters are all over each other, get down and dirty, than I can guarantee that you will find something here. I'm going to level with you, my erotic romances are explicit and graphic in nature, but they all have happily forever or happily for now endings.
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Saturday, June 21, 2008
White noise is a random sound or radio signal that can drown out meaningful information. White noise commonly contains every audible frequency at approximately the same intensity, resulting in a 'hissing' sound. A sound, such as running water, which masks all speech sounds.
But what does the white noise sound like? Well, the best description would be to say it sounds like a slow soothing "whoosh." Many say it is the sound of the rain, or the waves gently caressing the shore, or the wind blowing through the trees.
It is a very peaceful sound that is instinctively soothing and calming to the ears and minds of humans of all ages.
During the day when I'm working in close proximity of 7 very busy co-workers I find myself tuning out the noise around me so I can concentrate on what I'm doing. Most of them realize that unless they call my name to get my attention I don't hear a thing. I never thought about it before but I have a small desk fan for those "hot flashes" I suffer with and I keep it on all the time. That must be my white noise at work. Granted, it sounds like a small plane taking off but after a while it's the only thing I hear as I do my work. Until I don't even hear that.
When I go to bed at night, I have to have the ceiling fan above me on, whether summer or winter, because the sound helps me get to sleep. As I lay there right before falling asleep, it gradually drowns out all other noise going on in the house until the only thing I hear is the soft "whoosh" of the fan.
Very interesting. What's your white noise?