Something I've never been aware of before, the chance to be a good example. Actually, I was inspired many years ago by a favorite folk singer who'd kicked both booze and smoking, cold turkey for each. I managed to quit drinking, but of course did less well with the smoking...till now. Now, yes now, of the double fists of that famous singer. And, aside from my natural selfish concerns, I hope to be a good example of the power to quit both. Whatever pains he went through, the singer never made anything of it. All he said, basically, was that quitting was something he needed to do. And that he took care of business. Along those lines, I keep my trials and tribulations to my posts on site here. Whenever anyone outside asks, I keep my replies simple and upbeat: if I can do it, so can you and there's a website you might want to visit...
I escaped from the prison of smoking on August 14, 2010.
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