I don’t want to just like them, I want to LOVE them…. By Dr. Richard Reikowski, Au.D Family Hearing and Balance Center

NOW I love Them! That’s exactly what I wanted! As a musician I am really, really happy about my new hearing aids. Resound digital processing is awesome!

….To hear the saxophone and the smallest breath such as vibrato. When you hear it, you can do so much better in playing your instrument. Hearing is so important. I never knew that I could hear this way again!

He said this to me one month ago…. Home instead, instead of Hope is dead…

During a recent band performance, he likes to approach the person(s) for paying their band to chat and get to know them. When he did on this one occasion, he thought he heard Hope is dead, and his wife laughed and said, oh no you must have misheard what was intended was, “Home instead”

He was pleasantly surprised that Hope wasn’t dead and he had to laugh! The reality of similar sounds can often lead to these misunderstandings.  I have known this patinet for many years and it is such a joy to be able to be a part of “I love them”!


 

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  1. Marie

    Very nice. Hope is not dead….maybe he could turn that into a song.

    • Richard Reikowski Post author

      I think that’s a great idea!

  2. Gail Reagan

    That’s great! He certainly is happy now!

    • Richard Reikowski Post author

      So true!

  3. Dale Hansen

    I think that is my favoritist pic yet!

    • Richard Reikowski Post author

      Glad you liked it Dale!

  4. Jen Subotnik

    Oh my! Yes, what a completely different meaning. I’m so glad he has not only heard that hope is not dead but also lived it! It sure seems that the hopes he must have had for having hearing aids have certainly come true!

    • Richard Reikowski Post author

      Jen,
      Yes, I do believe his hopes of “Loving them” came true!

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