For some of us, face masks trigger old memories.
As children way back in WW2 days we were so pleased to receive our gasmasks. It was comforting to carry your mask with you, but to wear it was a different matter.
Yes, you felt more secure and it was comfortably shaped when you put it on, but immediately you put the mask on the visor steamed up, which meant you couldn’t see much and although you could shout through it your voice was muffled, so it was hard for anyone to understand what you were trying to say!
There are times when life imposes restrictions on us. Today we find ourselves in another time of masks needing to be wore – different masks admittedly, but with restrictions. (more…)