So...I haven't visited here in forever, and it occurs to me that perhaps I should.
Today marks seven years since I not only quit smoking, but quit ingesting anything containing nicotine. In many ways, it feels like it was only yesterday that I called it quits, but in other ways, it feels like it's been forever.
I am rambling a bit (okay, a lot). Mostly what I want to say is that this quitting thing? Best thing I ever did for myself and my family. When I quit, my Divas were little Divas. Now I have teenage Divas, once of which barely remembers me as a smoker. I barely remember myself as a smoker. That's how deeply ingrained my quit has become in my life, so ingrained that I barely think about it anymore. If you're not to that comfortable point yet, have faith. It will happen. Be patient, do your homework, read, read, and read some more.
Thank you to Why Quit and Freedom for giving me the tools and the education I needed to get free and stay free. I'm looking forward to many more years of sweet freedom.