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#11
Hi Gaspnea, Boy, you would have people asking questions if you went out with your mask glued on, before, they saw the shiner, and now they see something quite different, (Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha-Ha,) From a unicorn to a masked woman, HUH, (Ha-Ha?)
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#12
Yup. And what's even funnier is that I have a Skype meeting tomorrow morning at 8:00 with the C.O.O. of our company. I think he has a fairly good sense of humor. I am pretty certain it would be the first time he ever Skyped with someone wearing a CPAP mask. Laugh-a-lot
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#13
I guess you could call that a maskarade, HUH? (Ha-Ha-Ha.)
BTW, Have a good "Skype" meeting tomorrow.
trish6hundred
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#14
Gasp,

I have the same problem. After 30 years, I've started buying --dex acne pads again. I also use my wifes face cream to counteract the drying effect of the acne pads. Vicious spiral!

Best of luck!
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#15
Thanks guys. I guess it will be a long journey. When I woke up this morning I still had the cyclops zit. I also had a nice new red welt under my left eye and another one next to the zit. I must have done a good job with makeup because my Skype meeting went well and he did not burst out laughing into the camera. In fact, he said he enjoys Skyping with me and that I am always organized and to the point. This comes as a surprise to me since I KNOW that I am notorious for being forgetful and saying disjointed things (from the sleep apnea I bet). Maybe he was just trying to be nice.
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