Yup, felt it; just a tiny one. First thing I do, look to see if Mobil blew up; they are past due. Then check the Wilmington refinery go kaboom. Nope, nust be an earthquake.
Most of those 3-3.6 scale ones are roughly equivalent to a giant boulder falling a few inches and crashing into another. We used to have a waterbed, sometimes it would resonate with a little quake and make a clear bell-like note - you could only hear it if you were in the bed. One day there was a slightly larger quake nearby. The waterbed completely isolated us from the motion but it rang like a windup alarm clock. That quake rearranged the pictures on the wall.
Interestingly the 2003 quake at Paso Robles (180 miles distant, knocked down the clock tower) caused the waterbed to slosh around for a while and the blinds to swing, but it took a while for us to realize why.
Maybe we are neighbors? Glad to know there is another freeper nearby!