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11/13/2013

leahcaR

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Nov-13-2013

 

 

theres a gas station right up my road, so obviously that is where I would always get my cigarettes from. Ive lived at this place for three years almost so they know me pretty well...plus I have worked right by there for about 5 years. Usually when I walk in I go grab a water and a granola bar and by the time I'm at the counter they are already ringing up two packs of the cigarettes I used to smoke. I havent gone in there as much as I normally did, since I used to go almost every day, but Ive gone in there a few times and a couple of the times someone started ringing them up or reaching for them and I've to go "No thanks", then they ask if I've quit and I say yes. Then another one of them who always asked if I needed them before ringing them up finally ask if I quit smoking since I haven't bought any in a while. They've kind of become my little cheerleaders now, asking how it's going and such. :)



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