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March 16, 2017



The brain fog is my biggest hurdle right now.....and sleeping. I am anticipating a challenging weekend....but that is hours and days away so I will not focus on it.


Last night I had to go to bed, I need to work on some course work but my Brain would not let me. So I got up early this am. Sleep last night was ok. I managed to doze off faster last night then the night before. But I did wake up at least 3 times during the course of my sleep. That is very unusually for me, and of course my first thought when I woke up was time to get a smoke.


When it was finally time for me to get up I was ready, grad a glass of mineral water and sat down to start working on the course work. But my Brain just would not engage. I hope I can pull out of this soon. I do not have time for my Brain to hijack my actions. So I went back to sleep in the chair. ): Sigh......I will pay for this later on today when I am trying to get things finished up for class, that starts at 4:00.


Trip to work was good, took the back roads again, made a cup of coffee to drink on the way. Wanted to make a B line for the store, but I know that if I did I would not make it to work in time to get setup for my first class.


ONWARD to another smoke free day!!!!


48 hours smoke free.....

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