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Brief description: Gone but Not Forgotten. RIP - they leave a legacy of their quit journeys behind as road maps for future members, to prevent the pitfalls, provide the tools and show the hope and possibilities for success at overcoming this addiction at any age at any stage.

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Courage a/k/a Fannie



Quit March 16th. 52 years old, smoked 2 packs a day for 40 years, enough said.  Day 124, July 18 I smoked a cigarette and continued to smoke ( because there is no such thing as just one) until Sunday, November 2, 2014.

April 24, 2015 I'm editing the above.  Certainly did not quit back in November and I'm 53 now.  Boy, time sure flies...  There's nothing worse than being a smoker who wants nothing more than to quit. 

Okay, so now it's over a year, but I will do this starting today, August 17, 2015.  Out of the darkness and into the light.... 

Needed to update this, quit as of Septmeber 14, 2015.  Anyone contemplating loosing their quit, just follow this time line, it's taken me over a year to take back my freedom when I thought it was going to be so easy to take it back before.  Don't make that mistake.  Wish I had a counter, but as I write this it is September 24, 2015, I'm in the baby stages of my quit. 

Day one again, September 28, 2015

 

 

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