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Congratulations on completing your second year of freedom!!!
I'm glad to hear you're doing well. The occasional smoking dream can be a jolt and a good reminder for me, too.
Free and Healing for Two Years, Ten Months, Twenty Five Days, 18 Hours and 47 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 73 Days and 15 Hours, by avoiding the use of 21216 nicotine delivery devices that would have cost me $10,463.30.
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Doc Quit date 14th October 2008
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Sep 23 15 2:03 PM
Lol - my three year anniversary came and went without me even noticing it! It's been 3 years and 16 days now. I've finally become the person I envied the most when I first quit - the person who was totally comfortable in their quit with no thoughts of smoking. That feeling has been with me for probably a year and a half to be honest. Just wanted to stop by and say hi. To the Noobs just starting - keep at it. It's definitely worth it and it can be done by anyone. Remember 1=all and NTAP. Also just take it one day at a time if you are having a bad time. Don't think too far into the future; it will be here soon enough!
See you next year!
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