posted on Oct, 12 2009 @ 04:34 PM
reply to post by GunzCoty
I think I've found a way round my problem with the clock disturbing me.
I put it across the room on top of a small TV but could still hear it, so it's currently on the floor (polished floorboards, no carpet) and I
haven't noticed it for 2 or 3 nights.
I've been experimenting with it today and it doesn't seem quite so loud as it did. I had to hold it quite close to my ear to hear it. I'll have to
put it back on the bedside cabinet to see if there really is a change.
It's strange about your watch, these things are really puzzling.
- I've been doing a google search on ways to block out noise, but the things most commonly recommended are fans or 'white noise
boxes' (sorry can't think of the exact word) both of which are electrical, so I imagine they would add to your problems. It must be awful to live in
a quiet place and still be bothered by noise.
I tried to send you a little support the other morning, I think the time for you would have been the early hours, but my dog was on the bed with me.
He started wriggling around, distracting me so I ended up trying to send you a happy dream of playing in sunlit fields with us
- hope all is well with you. Those films wouldn't include Farscape, would they? I used to love that.