I love my cat’s purr but now that’s she’s an old lady I really love how she snores when asleep in her bed.
A basketball swooshing through the net without touching the rim. Especially when it’s my three point shot.
A new bike the first couple of weeks I own it. Hardly a sound at all but what I can hear is poetry in motion.
Airplanes flying over. Not the window rattling ones lol. We always lived near AFB growing up because of my Dads work, and he could tell you from the sound what kind of airplane was flying over. Takes me back to childhood. I live in a farming town very close to a small airport so I get to hear small ones all the time and I love it!
-Low, rumbling thunder
-Listening to my family chatting and laughing together when I’m in the other room - it’s such a comforting sound and interesting to listen to when set apart a bit, observing and taking it all in
-Trains in the distance
-Babies cooing and babbling, little kid giggles, kids playing
-Most nature sounds, especially creek/stream waters and all the adjacent sounds like birdies and leaves rustling, etc.
-The sound of an outdoor market just coming to life before it gets too busy, or on the edges of one with live music in the distance
Apparently I like the idea of sounds or the edge of them instead of being right in the midst of it all! I have very sensitive ears, I do know that, and never leave home without my ear plugs.