"Your voice is incredible. When we chatted before the interview I started listening to the sound of it only and I could feel a soft, beautiful caressing glide all the way down my body. Thank you so much for that!"
How did she react?
I could see she took it. Her gentle gaze softened, she looked moved.
How did I feel?
This woman was incredible. She had the most beautiful vibe I have experienced in months. I am writing this post two hours after our conversation and I still feel the caressing of her voice in my chest and my throat.
It all took place at WDR5's studio which I was flattered to be hosted by today. Randi interviewed me.
I heard her before I saw her, she was firing away the most creative announcement. Her voice, smooth, low, and a pinch husky made me turn around and say to her colleague: "Wow, she sounds amazingly erotic." I estimated her age at 35 or 40. When she was introduced to me I knew she was older than that. Not that her face showed, no, it was the wisdom in her eyes. They had that look which constantly says "I know. It's fine.", in the most empathic way.
I sat down with her and we chatted for a bit. Dreamed of San Francisco together, she told me about Oslo (she's half Norwegian), her eyes sparkling. Every word she said smoothened me on the inside and every glance she gave me was a warm hug. All I wanted to do was catch the next flight with her and go to Oslo. Talk to her. And hear her speak.
Her voice and her eyes guiged me into a state of deep relaxation. If this woman wasn't working for the radio I bet she would have become one of the world's greatest diplomats, or trauma therapists, or a artists, just being who she is, sending out these warm, soft rays. All she'd have to do is speak and look people in the eyes, like she did with me.
Thank you, Randi, for that experience. It was like getting a massage, listening to my favorite tune, petting a soft rabbit and smelling a bouquet, all at once. I will live off that feeling for a while.