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Well done life is for living u are kicking butttttttttttttt all the way to one year and what a year it will be no more buttttttttttttttttttttttt
Mary 10 months
Congratulations, Leigh! I just hit 8 months (yesterday), too. I blew my best quit just after 9 months, so I'm looking forward to getting beyond that month. For me, it was more like, "I can just have one, and I can get right back on the wagon." That proved to be a big mistake. I remember the craving wasn't even all that bad, not like in earlier months. I just thought I could handle it. That's when I realized that I truly had an addiction and that my body/brain really couldn't handle it.
I'm glad you're feeling good and have found so many things to do. Swimming and yoga sound awesome! Best wishes!
Hey, January Bravehearts!!!
Congratulations on Eight Months!!!
Well done! You should all be proud of yourselves.
Have a fabulous smoke free weekend!
P.S. I apologize for my absence the past few weeks. I've been dealing with diminishing eyesight due to cataracts, as well as increasing frustration. I was unable to get surgery scheduled until this fall. I haven't been able to drive since the middle of March. Argh. My first surgery is next month. So the end is in sight (bad pun).
Best wishes for your surgery, Andrea. Am thinking of you.
Tomorrow it will be 9 months smoke free for you. Congratulations and keep it up. You are doing amazing.
Congratulations to my quit buddies who quit on New Year's 2019! 9 months tomorrow. I hope you are well and enjoying life smoke free.