Just stopping in to say hello again.
I see some familiar names in here still. How awesome to be able to come back on here after all these years and still hear some faint yesterday echos.
I had my 30 year class reunion last weekend and stayed at a friends that both her and her husband are still smokers. She had the house windows open as they smoked etc. I slept over and the next day when I got home it just amazed me how strong that smell was still on my clothes! In my hair! and I couldn't wait to get in that shower! If only smokers really knew.
I think back to my moms quit at age 70. I lost her March 23rd. I would not have had those 7 1/2 years with her had she not have quit. I was so proud of her and she inspired me so much. Quitting is something that benefits us at any age. Don't take your quits for granted people. If your too easy on yourself when you give in then you will find so many reasons to always give in. Learn by it and stick to it! Your life should mean that much! I wish I would have had more time with her but we just never know. Your quits are adding time to your life's cycle. Guard them!!