Don't Give Up!

rosy
Joined: 18 Oct 2009, 08:31

05 Dec 2009, 21:56 #11

Found this graphic in one of the anti-cig ad posts for a sober reality check:
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Free & Healing
Rosy
Stopped Smoking for One Month, Twenty Seven Days, 5 Hours and 23 Minutes, by avoiding the use of 1888 nicotine delivery devices. Quit Day : 09/10/2009.
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Joe J free
Joined: 18 Jan 2009, 06:57

09 Dec 2010, 13:31 #12

When we Change our base of thinking our thinking will undoubtedly change.
When we Choose to measure our time free rather than our time without we build on yesterday's success. 
We're not living our life without 'it'. We are gladly living our life truly free of 'it'.Image

My name is Joe J Free, and I am a recovering nicotine addict.
I have decided to no longer allow be limited by dependency for 5 years, 10 months, 29 days, 22 hours, 11 minutes and 57 seconds (2158 days).


I've not inhaled the choking smoke 51814 nicotine delivery devices and put $17,008.72 to far better uses.
I've reclaimed 359 days, 19 hours and 41 minutes of my lifeImage, truly a present that grows more valuable every day I choose to
Never Take Another Puff
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