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Got my first skinits! 

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Cool, such a happy looking skins like if there is only two seasons - spring and summer :)

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I love this @Cara Mia. I may very well copy you ?

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Go for it! I love these colourful covers! 

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Ooops I meant I might copy you @Kara of Canada. For some reason I'm unable to access the skinit website. Idk if it's because I am in Jamaica. Here's what I get when I go to the skinit website. 

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Try designskins

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Ok so their not really called skinits anymore. Go to design skins website. This is the company Med El endorses now. designskins.com.uk. 

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There are several companies that make skins for Med-El devices.

 

Try this link for skinit

http://www.skinit.com/device-skins/medical-skins/med-el/med-el-sonnet-kit

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Getting the same Forbidden message @Mary Beth

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Even at design skins?

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Smart Ear sells a small selection of skins too

 

http://smartear.pl/eng_m_SHOP_FOR-PROCESSORS_SKINS_SONNET-776.html

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I looked on this site design skins. They have 4700 different ones to choose from or you can design your own. Mine was called summer. 

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I was able to access the last two links Mary Beth sent for Design Skins. Thanks guys!  

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Here is what I got from Skinits

 

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Very lovely, JDashiell! 

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I have been asked what piece is it from and can I play it. No b/c I don't see a whole piece.

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Ha, I also though about what piece is it on your foils. But then decided not to ask because it should be too complicated for the skin firms to deal with the intellectual property laws. Perhaps, it is something random. But, at some reason, for me it looks like Beethoven :)

 

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Beethoven would have been appropriate. After all he was a fellow deafie. I can't recall when last I have heard one of his pieces. 

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Yes, he was one of us, but I thought of his works because his music is beautiful, strong, and powerful just like our MedEl stuff - both give us so needed resilience to advance in our journeys :)

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You will hear it again soon @Jewel!

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As @Mary Beth and @Ivana Marinac always say, it’s the three Ps. Practice, patience, and perseverance. It will get there. 

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For my fellows, discussants:

https://zenpencils.com/comic/beethoven/

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9 minutes ago, Ivana Marinac said:

For my fellows, discussants:

https://zenpencils.com/comic/beethoven/

Wow! I love this! Thanks for sharing @Ivana Marinac. I doubt most people remember that Beethoven was deaf most of his life. And to think that his greatest masterpieces were composed when he was deaf is awesome. 

I remember when I learned that I was going deaf. I felt my life was over. Boy was I wrong! I hope I will enjoy life even more when I get my CI! 

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Yes, Symphony Nr. VII, Part II is my favorite music piece.

 

 

A striking fact for the eye: by listening to his pieces a listener can track how his hearing loss developed and how it has, finally, deteriorate. His, the most erratic music pieces were written when he could hear barely or even - nothing. 

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