When you’re in a cell alone by yourself you start thinking and regretting stuff. The bottom part of my mask shows what it looked like in my cell: one wall was white, one was peach, and the door was gray with a little window with bars. It was freezing cold and I would just sit in there, thinking. I had no one to talk to, so I was talking to myself. I felt crazy. That’s why I put the wire over my mouth. The top of my mask shows how the whole time my life was just replaying in my head. I thought all of the fun times were over. I put the sky over my eyes because I thought I’d never see the sky again. I was lonely, kind of scared and I missed my son.