If I get a note pad and a sharpie, I'd be fine not talking for a week.
Not talk for a week. It's amazing how much you can hear if you just shut your mouth once in awhile.
The late poet Maya Angelou would check herself into a hotel once a year and not speak for twenty-four hours. When she was a child she had a tragic thing happen to her that gave her the idea that her very words killed a man. So she quit speaking for many years. She believed in both the power of words and the educational value of silence.
Ha ! Since I have Meniere's disease, I can't hardly hear out of one ear now and it's going bi-lateral and I'm losing my hearing in the right so I can't hear much anyway. Might as well not talk either.
not talk for a week.
Not talk. I don't talk much anyway and it wouldn't bother me.
I had a paralyzed vocal chord for about 3 months after a surgery. When I did talk I sounded Minnie Mouse, and no one could understand me when I talked on the phone. I rarely spoke during that time. As awful as I found that to be, it would have been much worse not to hear. I couldn't imagine not hearing the birds chirping in the morning or listening to music while driving.
I'd rather be able to hear, than talk. I'd get my message across if I had to. Looks and gestures can communicate a lot of things. I've got the "stink eye" down pretty good.
Not talking is much better than not hearing!
Not talk. It won't bother me that much.
I could afford to give up talking for awhile. I seem to learn more from listening. :)
Definitely not hear, I'd get a lot of work done.
Not talk for a week. You can always learn new things by listening to what others have to say.