Trying to find my old account....

Trying to find my old account....

Joined: July 13th, 2011, 12:22 pm

July 11th, 2012, 12:16 pm #1

I had so many goodies on it but I had forgotten my passwords etc over the years so I made a couple different ones. Gonna see how this one looks and if nothing is in it guess I will have to try again and rebuild....

Live simply. Love seriously. Care deeply. Speak kindly.

Wanna find me on FaceBook? look me up: doveofpeace82@hotmail.com

"Here are the things that I armed myself with, that may help you also"!!!

1). BV! B4 u smoke....Read & Post, Post, Post!!
2). Allen Carrs book.
3). The Patch.
4). Pop up water bottle, the kind you have to suck.
5). Cinnamon Altoids. I ate 3-4 of these at one time!
6). Sunflower Seeds.
7). Straws. I cut them down to cig sizes. "Chew, chew, chew!!"
8). Favorite tea..Chia Latte...yummmmmm!
9). Warm bubble baths.(Or Hot showers...just cleanse when you need to!! Rejuvinate the soul! Wash the nicotiene down the drain!!
10). Favorite scented candle. "Meditate".
11). Good books.
12). Long walks.
13). Comedy shows. "We all need to laugh!"
14). Cinnamon gum...something about cinnamon REALLY helps!!
15). Licorice Twizzlers.
16). Remember this is "your quit" and focus on you! Keep the tunnel vision.
17). Exercise.
18.) Reward yourself!! Very important folks!! When you smoked you looked forward to that reward so treat yourself, even if its something as simple as enjoying a candy bar at your favorite park, a walk with a good friend..something that you will look forward to.
19). Most of all: "Enjoy Your Freedom"!! You are so worth it!!



When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When the funds are low, and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a bit,
Rest, if you must, but don't you quit.

Life is queer with its twists and turns,
As everyone of us sometimes learns,
And many a failure turns about,
When he might have won had he stuck it out,
Don't give up though the pace seem slow,
You might succeed with another blow.

Success is failure turned inside out,
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And you never can tell how close you are,
It may be near when it seems so far,
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
It's when things seem worst, that you must not quit.

Author: unknown



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July 11th, 2012, 12:57 pm #2

Well thought I'd stop in and say hello!
8 years ago I began this journey and wow, have I been through the stress and testing of the nicodemon. Always kept my guard up as I have learned mostly from in here that putting the shield down but once can allow that habbit to form its way back into my life.
Last August the 25th my daughter had my first baby grandson Joshua Benjamin. He was so beautiful and all ten toes and fingers. The only thing that was not right was that this day was full of tears and not such a happy celebration. Joshua was born stillborn. Probly the hardest thing in life I have ever had to deal with. He was 8 months old and oh so beautiful. Not a thing wrong with him to explain that dreaded word "Why"? Just that his little heart stopped. We all waited to enter the room as you do after the proud parents have had their first alone time with baby. Then we all took turns and held him and took pictures just as you would if he were born alive. Joshua was christened and he had a funeral. The casket was way too small and mom kept saying, "this just is not right, Robin". She had a very hard time accepting it. All of our hearts were broken and smashed into pieces as we all had waited and anticapated the arrival of this little gift that would never be. For me the hardest part was seeing my daughters pain. As me being the mother, I wanted to put that bandaid on her and make it all better, but I could't this time.So the next two month after were quite a blurr as we all went through our grieving and our Faith to get us through. We are a family that believes in Jesus as our savior so we found some peace in believing that one day we will be together again in the spiritual world, but as humans here on earth and having to deal with emotions we need to blaime someone or something for the question of "WHY" to ever be understood. And of course we are selfish in also wanting that baby to be here and not there!!! We want to hold him s o when others would say....He is in a better place now...or So sorry etc it made us feel worse than ever before. If you have never gone through something like this before it's best to not say anything. Other than Im here for you if you need me. But as humans are we don't ever really know what to say so we end up with our feet in our mouths.
My daughter announced that she was pregnant again and thus began holding our breaths for this again. We were excited and yet scared as could possibly be. We learned that this time around we were getting a grandaughter! Mom and I wanted to run out and get a little dress!!! But we also were afraid of jynxing it to. Still we couldn't hold back and we went out and bought our little angel something.
Then March 23rd 7 months later I lost mom. She went to heaven to be with Joshua and is now up there on the otherside of the sky holding him.
I had to move and change jobs and basically start all over again but this time actually first time in my life "Alone". In three months my world was turned upside down. If ever anyone was looking for an excuse and most likely would be excused to smoke it would be a great time to do so!! But am I going to allow the enemy to win? do you not think that he was whispering thoughts into my ears? Lol. I am much too strong for that one! No my life here means more to me than that!
I rolled up my sleeves folks and I brushed off the dust and stuck close to my faith.
Today I can say I am 8 years smoke free and a proud grandma of a 8 lb 2oz baby girl born on June 14th at 11:25pm little miss "Willow Marie".


Live simply. Love seriously. Care deeply. Speak kindly.

Wanna find me on FaceBook? look me up: doveofpeace82@hotmail.com

"Here are the things that I armed myself with, that may help you also"!!!

1). BV! B4 u smoke....Read & Post, Post, Post!!
2). Allen Carrs book.
3). The Patch.
4). Pop up water bottle, the kind you have to suck.
5). Cinnamon Altoids. I ate 3-4 of these at one time!
6). Sunflower Seeds.
7). Straws. I cut them down to cig sizes. "Chew, chew, chew!!"
8). Favorite tea..Chia Latte...yummmmmm!
9). Warm bubble baths.(Or Hot showers...just cleanse when you need to!! Rejuvinate the soul! Wash the nicotiene down the drain!!
10). Favorite scented candle. "Meditate".
11). Good books.
12). Long walks.
13). Comedy shows. "We all need to laugh!"
14). Cinnamon gum...something about cinnamon REALLY helps!!
15). Licorice Twizzlers.
16). Remember this is "your quit" and focus on you! Keep the tunnel vision.
17). Exercise.
18.) Reward yourself!! Very important folks!! When you smoked you looked forward to that reward so treat yourself, even if its something as simple as enjoying a candy bar at your favorite park, a walk with a good friend..something that you will look forward to.
19). Most of all: "Enjoy Your Freedom"!! You are so worth it!!



When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When the funds are low, and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a bit,
Rest, if you must, but don't you quit.

Life is queer with its twists and turns,
As everyone of us sometimes learns,
And many a failure turns about,
When he might have won had he stuck it out,
Don't give up though the pace seem slow,
You might succeed with another blow.

Success is failure turned inside out,
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And you never can tell how close you are,
It may be near when it seems so far,
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
It's when things seem worst, that you must not quit.

Author: unknown



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July 11th, 2012, 2:09 pm #3

I was here some 8 years ago and I remember you. I never made it in my quit but here I am again with some 81 days. Longest I ever made it. YOur story inspires me. So sorry about your grandson, and congrats on your beautiful granddaughter. Congrats on 8 years of being smoke free. You have good right to stand up and brag! Thanks for sharing your inspiration.

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Joined: March 4th, 2002, 10:53 pm

July 11th, 2012, 2:48 pm #4

I had so many goodies on it but I had forgotten my passwords etc over the years so I made a couple different ones. Gonna see how this one looks and if nothing is in it guess I will have to try again and rebuild....

Live simply. Love seriously. Care deeply. Speak kindly.

Wanna find me on FaceBook? look me up: doveofpeace82@hotmail.com

"Here are the things that I armed myself with, that may help you also"!!!

1). BV! B4 u smoke....Read & Post, Post, Post!!
2). Allen Carrs book.
3). The Patch.
4). Pop up water bottle, the kind you have to suck.
5). Cinnamon Altoids. I ate 3-4 of these at one time!
6). Sunflower Seeds.
7). Straws. I cut them down to cig sizes. "Chew, chew, chew!!"
8). Favorite tea..Chia Latte...yummmmmm!
9). Warm bubble baths.(Or Hot showers...just cleanse when you need to!! Rejuvinate the soul! Wash the nicotiene down the drain!!
10). Favorite scented candle. "Meditate".
11). Good books.
12). Long walks.
13). Comedy shows. "We all need to laugh!"
14). Cinnamon gum...something about cinnamon REALLY helps!!
15). Licorice Twizzlers.
16). Remember this is "your quit" and focus on you! Keep the tunnel vision.
17). Exercise.
18.) Reward yourself!! Very important folks!! When you smoked you looked forward to that reward so treat yourself, even if its something as simple as enjoying a candy bar at your favorite park, a walk with a good friend..something that you will look forward to.
19). Most of all: "Enjoy Your Freedom"!! You are so worth it!!



When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When the funds are low, and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a bit,
Rest, if you must, but don't you quit.

Life is queer with its twists and turns,
As everyone of us sometimes learns,
And many a failure turns about,
When he might have won had he stuck it out,
Don't give up though the pace seem slow,
You might succeed with another blow.

Success is failure turned inside out,
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And you never can tell how close you are,
It may be near when it seems so far,
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
It's when things seem worst, that you must not quit.

Author: unknown



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Hope life is treating you well. Time sure flies after that first year.......omgosh!!!

xoxox
marsha

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July 11th, 2012, 2:50 pm #5

I was here some 8 years ago and I remember you. I never made it in my quit but here I am again with some 81 days. Longest I ever made it. YOur story inspires me. So sorry about your grandson, and congrats on your beautiful granddaughter. Congrats on 8 years of being smoke free. You have good right to stand up and brag! Thanks for sharing your inspiration.

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just don't smoke for today. Maybe tomorrow? That will take care of itself.........and every morning I"d wake up with another day.....well.....I'd want to add another one.

Except of course when the cravings were so bad I just crawled back in bed and read and prayed for the time to pass!! Thank God that all leaves!!!! Takes time tho. Every second is worth it.
xoxox
marsha

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July 11th, 2012, 4:03 pm #6

Well thought I'd stop in and say hello!
8 years ago I began this journey and wow, have I been through the stress and testing of the nicodemon. Always kept my guard up as I have learned mostly from in here that putting the shield down but once can allow that habbit to form its way back into my life.
Last August the 25th my daughter had my first baby grandson Joshua Benjamin. He was so beautiful and all ten toes and fingers. The only thing that was not right was that this day was full of tears and not such a happy celebration. Joshua was born stillborn. Probly the hardest thing in life I have ever had to deal with. He was 8 months old and oh so beautiful. Not a thing wrong with him to explain that dreaded word "Why"? Just that his little heart stopped. We all waited to enter the room as you do after the proud parents have had their first alone time with baby. Then we all took turns and held him and took pictures just as you would if he were born alive. Joshua was christened and he had a funeral. The casket was way too small and mom kept saying, "this just is not right, Robin". She had a very hard time accepting it. All of our hearts were broken and smashed into pieces as we all had waited and anticapated the arrival of this little gift that would never be. For me the hardest part was seeing my daughters pain. As me being the mother, I wanted to put that bandaid on her and make it all better, but I could't this time.So the next two month after were quite a blurr as we all went through our grieving and our Faith to get us through. We are a family that believes in Jesus as our savior so we found some peace in believing that one day we will be together again in the spiritual world, but as humans here on earth and having to deal with emotions we need to blaime someone or something for the question of "WHY" to ever be understood. And of course we are selfish in also wanting that baby to be here and not there!!! We want to hold him s o when others would say....He is in a better place now...or So sorry etc it made us feel worse than ever before. If you have never gone through something like this before it's best to not say anything. Other than Im here for you if you need me. But as humans are we don't ever really know what to say so we end up with our feet in our mouths.
My daughter announced that she was pregnant again and thus began holding our breaths for this again. We were excited and yet scared as could possibly be. We learned that this time around we were getting a grandaughter! Mom and I wanted to run out and get a little dress!!! But we also were afraid of jynxing it to. Still we couldn't hold back and we went out and bought our little angel something.
Then March 23rd 7 months later I lost mom. She went to heaven to be with Joshua and is now up there on the otherside of the sky holding him.
I had to move and change jobs and basically start all over again but this time actually first time in my life "Alone". In three months my world was turned upside down. If ever anyone was looking for an excuse and most likely would be excused to smoke it would be a great time to do so!! But am I going to allow the enemy to win? do you not think that he was whispering thoughts into my ears? Lol. I am much too strong for that one! No my life here means more to me than that!
I rolled up my sleeves folks and I brushed off the dust and stuck close to my faith.
Today I can say I am 8 years smoke free and a proud grandma of a 8 lb 2oz baby girl born on June 14th at 11:25pm little miss "Willow Marie".


Live simply. Love seriously. Care deeply. Speak kindly.

Wanna find me on FaceBook? look me up: doveofpeace82@hotmail.com

"Here are the things that I armed myself with, that may help you also"!!!

1). BV! B4 u smoke....Read & Post, Post, Post!!
2). Allen Carrs book.
3). The Patch.
4). Pop up water bottle, the kind you have to suck.
5). Cinnamon Altoids. I ate 3-4 of these at one time!
6). Sunflower Seeds.
7). Straws. I cut them down to cig sizes. "Chew, chew, chew!!"
8). Favorite tea..Chia Latte...yummmmmm!
9). Warm bubble baths.(Or Hot showers...just cleanse when you need to!! Rejuvinate the soul! Wash the nicotiene down the drain!!
10). Favorite scented candle. "Meditate".
11). Good books.
12). Long walks.
13). Comedy shows. "We all need to laugh!"
14). Cinnamon gum...something about cinnamon REALLY helps!!
15). Licorice Twizzlers.
16). Remember this is "your quit" and focus on you! Keep the tunnel vision.
17). Exercise.
18.) Reward yourself!! Very important folks!! When you smoked you looked forward to that reward so treat yourself, even if its something as simple as enjoying a candy bar at your favorite park, a walk with a good friend..something that you will look forward to.
19). Most of all: "Enjoy Your Freedom"!! You are so worth it!!



When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When the funds are low, and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a bit,
Rest, if you must, but don't you quit.

Life is queer with its twists and turns,
As everyone of us sometimes learns,
And many a failure turns about,
When he might have won had he stuck it out,
Don't give up though the pace seem slow,
You might succeed with another blow.

Success is failure turned inside out,
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And you never can tell how close you are,
It may be near when it seems so far,
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
It's when things seem worst, that you must not quit.

Author: unknown



If you think you can, or you think you can't, "Your Right!!"






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Hey chick! So sad about your first grandchild - cant imagine

EIGHT YEARS!!!!!!!!!!!! Wow woman congrats!! and that precious little grandaughter! She's beautiful!!

Dawna

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July 11th, 2012, 4:11 pm #7

Well thought I'd stop in and say hello!
8 years ago I began this journey and wow, have I been through the stress and testing of the nicodemon. Always kept my guard up as I have learned mostly from in here that putting the shield down but once can allow that habbit to form its way back into my life.
Last August the 25th my daughter had my first baby grandson Joshua Benjamin. He was so beautiful and all ten toes and fingers. The only thing that was not right was that this day was full of tears and not such a happy celebration. Joshua was born stillborn. Probly the hardest thing in life I have ever had to deal with. He was 8 months old and oh so beautiful. Not a thing wrong with him to explain that dreaded word "Why"? Just that his little heart stopped. We all waited to enter the room as you do after the proud parents have had their first alone time with baby. Then we all took turns and held him and took pictures just as you would if he were born alive. Joshua was christened and he had a funeral. The casket was way too small and mom kept saying, "this just is not right, Robin". She had a very hard time accepting it. All of our hearts were broken and smashed into pieces as we all had waited and anticapated the arrival of this little gift that would never be. For me the hardest part was seeing my daughters pain. As me being the mother, I wanted to put that bandaid on her and make it all better, but I could't this time.So the next two month after were quite a blurr as we all went through our grieving and our Faith to get us through. We are a family that believes in Jesus as our savior so we found some peace in believing that one day we will be together again in the spiritual world, but as humans here on earth and having to deal with emotions we need to blaime someone or something for the question of "WHY" to ever be understood. And of course we are selfish in also wanting that baby to be here and not there!!! We want to hold him s o when others would say....He is in a better place now...or So sorry etc it made us feel worse than ever before. If you have never gone through something like this before it's best to not say anything. Other than Im here for you if you need me. But as humans are we don't ever really know what to say so we end up with our feet in our mouths.
My daughter announced that she was pregnant again and thus began holding our breaths for this again. We were excited and yet scared as could possibly be. We learned that this time around we were getting a grandaughter! Mom and I wanted to run out and get a little dress!!! But we also were afraid of jynxing it to. Still we couldn't hold back and we went out and bought our little angel something.
Then March 23rd 7 months later I lost mom. She went to heaven to be with Joshua and is now up there on the otherside of the sky holding him.
I had to move and change jobs and basically start all over again but this time actually first time in my life "Alone". In three months my world was turned upside down. If ever anyone was looking for an excuse and most likely would be excused to smoke it would be a great time to do so!! But am I going to allow the enemy to win? do you not think that he was whispering thoughts into my ears? Lol. I am much too strong for that one! No my life here means more to me than that!
I rolled up my sleeves folks and I brushed off the dust and stuck close to my faith.
Today I can say I am 8 years smoke free and a proud grandma of a 8 lb 2oz baby girl born on June 14th at 11:25pm little miss "Willow Marie".


Live simply. Love seriously. Care deeply. Speak kindly.

Wanna find me on FaceBook? look me up: doveofpeace82@hotmail.com

"Here are the things that I armed myself with, that may help you also"!!!

1). BV! B4 u smoke....Read & Post, Post, Post!!
2). Allen Carrs book.
3). The Patch.
4). Pop up water bottle, the kind you have to suck.
5). Cinnamon Altoids. I ate 3-4 of these at one time!
6). Sunflower Seeds.
7). Straws. I cut them down to cig sizes. "Chew, chew, chew!!"
8). Favorite tea..Chia Latte...yummmmmm!
9). Warm bubble baths.(Or Hot showers...just cleanse when you need to!! Rejuvinate the soul! Wash the nicotiene down the drain!!
10). Favorite scented candle. "Meditate".
11). Good books.
12). Long walks.
13). Comedy shows. "We all need to laugh!"
14). Cinnamon gum...something about cinnamon REALLY helps!!
15). Licorice Twizzlers.
16). Remember this is "your quit" and focus on you! Keep the tunnel vision.
17). Exercise.
18.) Reward yourself!! Very important folks!! When you smoked you looked forward to that reward so treat yourself, even if its something as simple as enjoying a candy bar at your favorite park, a walk with a good friend..something that you will look forward to.
19). Most of all: "Enjoy Your Freedom"!! You are so worth it!!



When things go wrong, as they sometimes will,
When the road you're trudging seems all uphill,
When the funds are low, and the debts are high,
And you want to smile, but you have to sigh,
When care is pressing you down a bit,
Rest, if you must, but don't you quit.

Life is queer with its twists and turns,
As everyone of us sometimes learns,
And many a failure turns about,
When he might have won had he stuck it out,
Don't give up though the pace seem slow,
You might succeed with another blow.

Success is failure turned inside out,
The silver tint of the clouds of doubt,
And you never can tell how close you are,
It may be near when it seems so far,
So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit,
It's when things seem worst, that you must not quit.

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