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September 1, 2020 ~ 5 months, going on 6, FREE



Hello Fabulous QT Riders,


Just bopping by to say how awesome smoke free life is.


I rarely think about smoking.  Would not have imagined that was possible 5 months and 23 days ago.  AMAZED at how quickly life rolls on without what I once considered REQUIRED. I can barely recall what it was like to arrange my day around the cigarettes. I now sleep later and wake up with zero sense of urgency to feed the addiction.  WOOO HOOO!

I have been increasing my activity levels ... walking daily with my cat, practicing yoga/qi gong, biking uphill!

May have added some weight.  I do not have a scale , so not sure.  Getting a handle on using food to manage emotion...yay!  Placing awareness and intention on healthy habits.....and being deeply grateful for all the blessings, gifts, wonders and delights life offers!

If you are reading this....thanks for being here adding to the collective healing....reading, writing, lurking.....it all works to getting us FREE!


Anyone have suggestions for wedding bride entry music?   absolutely non traditional.....maybe instrumental....funny would good.  Can not be mnamna because one of my best friends already did that!




featured photo is a baby muskrat




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Glad to hear that you're feeling positive about your quit darcy.  I'm intrigued by your "walking daily with my cat" activity.  Couldn't imagine doing that with my kitty.


For the wedding, maybe a medley of songs like this?



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