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AnnetteMM
2020 isn't exactly a banner year for gratitude and thanksgiving. But I'll give it a go. I'm thankful I have a stable income. I'm thankful I have smart family members who are staying safe. I'm thankful to be healthy enough to look forward to next Thanksgiving. What about you?
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Marilyn.H.July.14.14.
Even though this Thanksgiving is so different from years past there's still so much to be thankful for, I want to wish each of you my friends and Fellow EXers and most definetly EXtended family the best Thanksgiving possible, Smokefree of course. Life is tough at times BUT so are we and we can and will get through whatever comes our way and we'll
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LarryG
Aroostook County, Maine.  Maine Tourism Association has the photo.   We can be thankful today for improved health the huge benefit of quitting smoking.  I am also thankful for each of you, I couldn't have quit without the help.   Our own rough edges become smooth as we help a friend smooth her edges. ~Sue Atchley Ebaugh
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KTQeeyore
   Here's the rules...  When a newbie (non smoker with less than a year of smobriety) posts, they add +2 to the number...    When an Elder (non smoker with more than a year of smobreity) posts they add -1 to the number    You have to wait until someone else posts before you can post again   
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green1611
I am completing 7 years of smoke free journey. MY QUIT DATE is 26 Nov 2013.   I remember by first day of quitting journey, it was easy on first day, first week. Then the struggle started, from second week onwards till I completed hundred days.   My friend is NOPE....and many EX on this site, and the site
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