Have You Heard Mother Nature Sing Lullaby?

@franxav (8336)
September 20, 2020 6:02pm CST
It probably is an atmospheric depression. They call here " nimno chaap" ( low pressure). A nimno chaap formed in the Bay usually brings clouds loaded with water vapour. They bring rain for two or three days, sometimes even for hours without stopping. It was cloudy all day yesterday with intermittent spells of showers. And during the night I can hear the rain fall from bed. It is a different feel from watching it during daylight. It is like a lullaby by Mother Nature. Have you heard that lullaby any night?
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• Naga City, Philippines
20 Sep
It is very wonderful lullaby from mother nature. It calms my feelings. Especially when I'm feeling down,the rain the wind and the sound of the chirping birds makes me feel happy and stayed positive in life's perspectives. I hope you have a great week. God bless.
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@franxav (8336)
22 Sep
As I type these words, I can hear birds chirping. It is another soothing music in nature.
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• Naga City, Philippines
23 Sep
@franxav yes it is, my friend! :)
@Nakitakona (36344)
• Philippines
21 Sep
No lullaby so far in our place for we are always by typhoon. There's always a low pressure area here.
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@Nakitakona (36344)
• Philippines
23 Sep
@franxav ours anytime of the any month.
@JudyEv (223651)
• Bunbury, Australia
20 Sep
We chose an iron roof for this house so we'd be able to hear Nature's lullaby. That's a lovely term for it.
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@franxav (8336)
22 Sep
We used to have asbestos sheets on our roof in our residence in the foothills of the Himalayas. Asbestos slightly muffles the sound but it rains a lot there. Rainy nights were nature's lullaby nights.
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@JudyEv (223651)
• Bunbury, Australia
22 Sep
@franxav I can believe that. Asbestos is banned here now because of its link to mesothelioma. There are strict rules if it needs to be removed too.
@JimBo452020 (26835)
• Montrose, Scotland
20 Sep
Not me, I am deaf. Well not really deaf deaf, just a bit hard of hearing. Atmospheric Depression, Nimmo Chaap. I have learned something new today.
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@franxav (8336)
22 Sep
Sorry to know of your hearing problem. I too have some . I can't understand if someone talks fast.
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@JimBo452020 (26835)
• Montrose, Scotland
23 Sep
@franxav I have a pal who talks so fast I can't understand a word he says.
@just4him (223381)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
21 Sep
Yes, I have. It sends me to sleep in a hurry.
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@franxav (8336)
22 Sep
Yes it does. It has such soothing effect.
@kaylachan (5368)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
20 Sep
For the past two weeks or so, we've been havingon and off rain. For the most part, the vast majority we've recieved had ben from the day. Considering that's when I do the bulk of my sleeping, I guess you could say I have. My husband wishes we'd get it more during the overnight hours though, as he does tend to find it soothing.
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@franxav (8336)
22 Sep
Soon our rainy season will be out. We must enjoy it as long as it lasts.
@Aleskys (5692)
• Venezuela
20 Sep
I like the rain listening to it fall at night has its charm as long as it does not come with strong winds hahaha
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@franxav (8336)
22 Sep
You are right there. We too have stormy rainy nights here. They are rather disturbing than soothing.
@marlina (110230)
• Canada
20 Sep
No, no lullaby for us here last night
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@franxav (8336)
22 Sep
There are other ways lullabies come.