Good morning all, here I go again. I am not getting down on myself for this being my third try, I am staying positive and getting this done!!! I hate the feeling of quitting hanging over my head so it is time to tackle this full force once and for all! I am 100% committed to this quit. I had 20 days in the first time around and relapsed. This time… Show more
I am normally quite passive I'm very rarely aggressive BUT since I quit smoking 2,263 days agoI have to say I'm definitely more assertive instead of shoving down my emotions with the cancer sticks I try to speak my thoughts anyway obviously I should've pushed my Drs secretary last Wednesday instead of waiting until today to see if I could talk to… Show more
Good morning everyone! It has been a while since I posted, so I wanted to give you all an update. Hope is fully recovered. She is back to her energetic self. Cheddar missed playing with her, and Holden missed sleeping by her. I have been smoke free for 91 days. Recent events have kept me very busy while being in No Man's Land. I am… Show more
I posted this as well in the get moving group but also wanted to share with those who don't come to the group . The double post is intentional . I have made a few changes for the blog . Yesterday and the day before I walked almost the entire day . Of course stops but just short ones . The trails and paths were a delight , they were new to me… Show more
I will start with 2 words...next poster will carry on using the last word first, and so on.... (Remember... last word first!) Example: In crowd Crowd control Control freak Ok, I'll start with - Blue moon
I’m up in the middle of the night again. I’ve been quit for 32 days. Could I still be having withdrawal symptoms?
I spent sometime yesterday walking at a new place Fernald Preserve. As I was walking I started o think about my quit in relation to the land I was walking upon Fernald was a Uranium Processing Facility for the United States Nuclear weapons program during the Cold War. It was closed in 1989 after 37 years of operation. 37 years of slowly… Show more