Monday, July 20, 2009

Hear At Last

It isn't any secret that some of us, as we grow older, find that we don't hear so well anymore. We need help. Hear At Last, in Spanish Springs, offers help for the hard of hearing. But, take it from me, help for the hard of hearing does not come cheap!

14 comments:

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Cool photo.

Everything keeps getting more and more expensive just as our incomes stop rising and we need more and more services.

Hilda said...

Groan! Punny name!
Love the ornamentation of the building, and that funky sidewalk!

Vogon Poet said...

The premises look quite grand, so I can imagine the bill...

Jim K said...

What did you say? HUH? Speak up.

B SQUARED said...

What's that you say?

joo said...

I'm with Vogon Poet - place looks grant! I love all those wee detalis and the photo is superb:)
Have a nice day!

Dusty Lens said...

I think we'd be better off if we turned our hearing aides to a different setting other than spouse.

Ming the Merciless said...

I think poor hearing runs in my family. Either that or the years of blasting music through the headphones into my ears is making me hard of hearing.

Daryl said...

What?

I suspect this place does a lot of business

Jacob said...

@ DL - Wow! You're treading on dangerous ground here, DL - ;-)

Asta said...

Hi Jacob,

My father has been deaf most of his adult life. He was an army officer in his professional life, which probably explains why he has a hearing problem. - Anyway, he always accused us of mumbling. We yelled back that it was his hearing. Which he of course refused and called rubbish coming from lazy kids with no courtesy. Finally when he turned 70 he got a hearing aid. - But he doesn't use it, because as he states: "Those damn birds keep me awake!"

He does have a point there, so maybe it's sometimes better to live in silence-:)

Best regards
Asta

Jacob said...

Hi Asta - I think I'd like your dad! I finally got hearing aids after going through much the same kind of thing...

And, one of the neat things is putting them away at night and tuning out the sounds of the world around!

Frank said...

I'm sorry. What'd you say?

Buck said...

It's more attractive than one of those places with no character, that's for sure.