Person A is deaf but really loves feeling the vibrations when Person B plays the guitar...
After eighteen years of having the ability to hear everything around her, being deaf was still something Anna had to get used to.
Misunderstandings were more frequent in the Summers household since Elsa had the tendency to forget that Anna didn’t have the ability to hear her call anymore.
Elsa also constantly blamed herself for why her sister had become deaf, but Anna always reassures her that none of it was her fault, and that she was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Another thing was that sign language was a very hard language to get used to and memorise (and it was also rather bothersome and annoying at times), so Anna had opted to only use the language when needed; normally, she would converse by writing on a notebook and then pass it to the one she was talking to along with a pen, but even that was an annoyance to not only her, but to the people around her.
So many things have changed ever since that night. Most of them are quite problematic, but some are actually quite nice if not bittersweet.