That's terrific...it's a huge accomplishment :)
Whoo hooo...congrats!! I totally know the feeling, it's been 3.5 yrs this Oct, for me. So glad to be rid of the filthy habit...and feel so much better for it.
Hooray for Mike! I quit when I was 38; having smoked since I was 15. I have now been a non-smoker longer than I was a smoker, and I am still very proud of doing it. It was the hardest thing I've ever done. Congratulations!
Congrats on the continued freedom! Being free of that nagging urge taking up all the brainspace is the best reward of all. I'm over my four years (n until forever) point.The tough part is watching all the other folks at work going nutso over that uncontrollable chemical desire, n wishing everyone could all hurry up n quit too.Seeing close folks I care about unable to kick it is hard. Of they only knew how much better it feels not to need it!(This has been a PSA comment)
Excellent. Well done!
Congratulations!I'm coming up on three years this January 1st and I can honestly say I don't miss it at all!
Congratulations! You should blog all the things you could think of to spend $2745 on. :)~S
Awesome!Found out a couple of years ago that I am allergic to cigarette smoke. For years I bartended in smoked-filled bars so even when I quit smoking, I always had the 'cough'. Now, I've been cigarette free since January '04.
Like the others I wish to congratulate you! You must be very proud of yourself.I've not been around for a bit. A family tragedy meant I needed time away, but I'm glad to be back in time to raise a glass to your accomplishment.
I'm so happy for you!!! Hugs!My one year anniversary was At the end of May....but I have been bad. When the stress mounts...I tend to gave and bum one. Not for a while tho! :)YAY YOU again!
Congratulations! Just think how rich you'll be if you keep it up. I've never smoked so I have no idea how hard this must have been for you. Michele sent me back again. Hope you find this comment as it's an old post.
Congratulations!!It has been 10 years for me and I was one of those who was never going to quit. I smoked 2 1/2 packs a day and am sure I would be on oxygen today and broke.....Like Kenju said..."it was one of the hardest things I have ever done in my life".
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