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July 25, 2016 by Marilyn H
Today is also my husband's Mark and my 20th wedding anniversary, we've been together 27 yrs, through thick and thin. Both of us were married once before, I was 16 and not pregnant the first time I got married, my mom signed so I could marry. I thought that life would be so much better but was I ever wrong but 13 yrs later and two kids, I ended the marriage, life was way too short to be scared all of the time of saying something wrong and being beat around or having your furniture... Read full postComments (0)
July 25, 2016 by PennyLynn (Quit 4-23-16)
I am so blessed. On Saturday, I made 3 months of being smoke-free!!! I still have thoughts of smoking sometimes, but I think back on how much God has helped me in my quit this time- knowing I did not do this on my own without serious help from Him and y'all- and I imagine the horror of starting over. Another Day one? I tried and failed so many times before. I I would probably never even make it back. NEF, NOPE, SINAO! So I keep going to bed Day Won! As many of you have said before, this is... Read full postComments (1)
July 25, 2016 by Pops
It's the start of a brand new week, and a new and improved me! I'm so excited to get to go back to work with a healthy mind and body. As you know, it wasn't that good to work with a couple of months ago.
Now I am free to concentrate on the work at hand, as opposed to just thinking about when I am going to my next smoke break. How sick is that? It's a miracle that I still have a job at all. Much less, a good one.
I am sincerely hoping all of you will enjoy your smoke free day.... Read full postComments (1)
July 25, 2016 by mikecity
July 25, 2016 by Mrs.Brock
Wow people! I love my new life! Since I quit smoking back in January so many things have changed. I am more, much more physically active. I walk at least 1 mile every night with my husband and son. Sure it may not sound like a lot, but from no activity to an everyday commitment is a a huge change for me. I am still working on my mural at our dojo. It's looking good! I can see the finish line! I wasn't able to do the 5K that I wanted to do, but I am hopeful that I can be ready for... Read full postComments (2)