First of all - CONGRATULATIONS on rolling up 7 Months of freedom from nicotine. Welcome to the Silver Club!
"Sure I wish I could smoke. What x-smoker doesn't ?"
This is an ex-smoker who doesn't wish I could smoke. Not now, not the day before I quit for good. Didn't want to smoke when I was still tied down by my addiction dependency. I spent decades wishing I didn't. Wishing never made it go away.
Be glad you are free. Live today to it's fullest. If something good happens we shold enjoy it. If somethaing bad happens we must deal with it.
Tomorrow is gone, can't change it so let it go.
Tomorrow is yet to be. Gonna have to wait and see what is in store for you and me.
Today is a present, enjoy it the best you can.
"No thank you, I can't have a cigarette"
Becoming an ex-smoker
[*]Month Six - The pros and cons
[*]Month Six - New perspectives
Joe J Free - GOLD - Free and Healing for Six Years, Six Months, Twenty Four Days, 6 Hours and 48 Minutes, while recapturing 449 Days and 7 Hours of my life's time. Not needed wanted or missed 64700 nicotine delivery devices that would have cost me $21,453.25.
Don't give up!