1. Angel

    I had been picturing some sort of clay or plaster mask (don’t mind me) not like a stretched out onion bag

    and I didn’t realize it bolted you to the table…eeks!!!

    I would hyperventilate trying to breath

    bless you and anyone else who has to use one

    • Carol Anne

      Angel, the mesh allowed for free breathing so it wasn’t quite so claustrophobic or overwhelming. My sister-in-law was picturing a clay mask as well.

  2. Carole Ann, I hope this procedure works for you. Being bolted to the table under a mask sounds like a very difficult thing to face, especially with claustrophobia. I think you’re very brave. My husband went through chemotherapy for a second-stage cancer a few months ago, and my heart goes out to you for what you’re going through now. All the very best.

    • Carol Anne

      Feyella, thank you so much for stopping by from Comment Hour. I appreciate your kind words. Please stop by again.

  3. Ar

    Wow, CarolAnne, I don’t read all of your blogs but when I do I’m so impressed. This was a great project for you to do. I know it will help so many others! It is so unbelievably nice of you to want to help others while u are going through so much your self! BTW, I was picturing a clay hard mask!

  4. SC

    Wow, I don’t know what I was picturing but not that. Thank you for sharing the pictures and information. I am so proud of you for how you got through this and for sharing it with everyone.

  5. suz

    Thanks for sharing the pictures of the mask. I really couldn’t picture how it would look. Even though it was mesh I don’t know if I could go through with that being bolted to a table and my poor head in it. Its just so overwhelming. You have really gone through a lot and bless you for getting through it as you did. I know it wasn’t an easy journey but you made it and can be mighty proud of yourself as we are of you. Take care little sister.


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