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September Ash-Kickers 2018   Quit Buddies Unite

Started 10/1/18 by ModSue (VentasSue); 203707 views.
Bo (1sept18)

From: Bo (1sept18)

10/1/18

Hey Mrissa,   Day 25, your are doing this !!  You are almost to a month of freedom and a star.  I always tell myself that I am healing too and that keeps me going during the rough times.  I see so many things that have improved in the last month and I am so grateful for that.  I am also in it for the long haul and no matter how long it takes, I will see it through.  Keep up the great work and will talk with you soon.

Bo (1sept18)

From: Bo (1sept18)

10/1/18

Way to go, Awaken.  I call the 3rd week, " Hang on by the seat of your pants week ".  It was a tough one for me, lots of twists and turns, but I made it through.  I don't know if yours will be that way, but know you can do it.  Look forward to walking this journey with you.

Missdogs2018

From: Missdogs2018

10/1/18

Hey Bo,

Yes you made it thru Hang by the seat of your pants week and to your first star. Love your beautiful star with the #1 in it. Beautiful. Glad to see you on here alot and maintaining a strong quit. You rocking it!! Stay the course.

Glad to have you on the battlefield. Stay alert, vigilant and ready.

One day at a time. Let's Fight and keep kicking (Cig) butt. Remain tough, committed, brave, passionate and determined. 

Gloria

64 days smoke free star2star2(Another month bites the dust...How Sweet it is!!sunflowersunflower)

Bo (1sept18)

From: Bo (1sept18)

10/1/18

Thank you, Denim.  One month is awesome and I feel so happy to have achieved this star.  I know I have a long ways to go but I am taking it one day, one moment, one second at a time.  Seeing a lot of improvements each day and just grateful for each day that I make it smoke-free.  At 6 months, how are you doing ?  That is a wonderful accomplishment and hope it is getting easier for you. Your encouragement and advice has been so helpful.

Bo (1sept18)

From: Bo (1sept18)

10/1/18

Hi Nancy,  

Just wanted to let you know I am thinking of you during all the difficulties in your life and proud of you for staying smoke-free.  Hope whatever decisions you make are the best for you.  Here's to new beginnings....

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Bo (1sept18)

From: Bo (1sept18)

10/1/18

Welcome Lori and happy to have you with us.  I also quit too many times to count but hope with the help of this forum and people like you to make this my final quit.  3 Days is awesome and keep taking it one moment at a time.  Be proud of those 3 days. You are doing great.

Bo (1sept18)

From: Bo (1sept18)

10/1/18

Thank you so much, Michele and look at those 4 beautiful stars of yours.  A big congrats right back at you.  4 months is wonderful, you go, girl!  This first star was one of the hardest things I've done and one of the most rewarding.  So I will keep on keepin' on.

awaken1961

From: awaken1961

10/1/18

Bo, thanks for the heads up on the twists and turns of the "seat of your pants week" I am ready for whatever is thrown my way ! I don't want to have to start over, that's for sure , congrats on your month !! keep up the good work !  

Bo (1sept18)

From: Bo (1sept18)

10/1/18

Thank you Gloria and I love my big beautiful star too. Will stay vigilant and battle ready. 

ColainMC

From: ColainMC

10/1/18

Hey Sue,

Thanks for pointing me to the new group :) I've been MIA these past few days, but have remained smoke-free! I'm now two weeks down and nearly finished with day 17. 

Hope you're doing well! 

Colleen

Free since 15 September

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