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  1. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    6 points
  2. Still here. Still smoke free.
    6 points
  3. Cookie ate some chicken this morning! She's coming home today around 5:00!
    5 points
  4. NOPE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
    5 points
  5. 4 points
  6. Well said .... I actually feel crap now ..if I don't do my daily walk ...
    4 points
  7. Congratulations on 8 years and thank you for creating and maintaining this fabulous train!
    4 points
  8. I actually have read it. What I really need is a drill sergeant to B slap me upside the head and tell me to quit whining. "Are you freakin nuts? You got more red "didn't smoke" X's than anytime since your 20's and you are thinking of blowing it? Is there a gun to your head, are you being water boarded, being tortured in any way? If not, I suggest you think this through. Think about the $4000 that one cigarette will cost and the 7000 you will be required to smoke cause you know you have never summoned the courage and strength to try again in less than 1 year."
    4 points
  9. Nope .... Smoking is not an option ever!!!
    4 points
  10. Smoking addiction- Hi my name is Ace and i'm an addict. I choose to not smoke and each day for the rest of my life I will be required to make this decision. While that decision gets easier it never goes away I'll always be one puff away from being a smoker. Wish it were easy to drag someone to the train and push them on board i'd line up every smoker I loved
    4 points
  11. Veterans here make it all seem possible to the newb's Thank you
    4 points
  12. "exercise" sucks but i'm always up for adventure & playing outside Sometimes that just happens to involve physical activity
    4 points
  13. Congratulations on a half a year quit today @Robbie! I hope you're doing well and check in
    3 points
  14. Congratulations @MarylandQuitterMarylandQuitter on eight years quit! And thank you for providing this forum so that anyone worldwide can get support too
    3 points
  15. These months are really adding up for you now @AceWhite, congratulations! I hope you celebrate today
    3 points
  16. Congratulations on one month quit @JustinHoot99, you should be so proud of yourself! And thank you for being such an active supportive member here I hope you do something special for you today!
    3 points
  17. NOPE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    3 points
  18. Jerry has found a home. Wade and his girlfriend got him all cleaned up and took him to the vet; everything checked out well. Wade said Jerry has a weird habit of liking to sleep between the wall and the refrigerator. He also likes to chew on socks...Jerry the cat, not Wade. We got a bit attached to Jerry when we found him. We put together a care package for Jerry and sent it home with Wade. Jeff put some of those Slim Jim meat sticks in there for him, he said Jerry really likes those.
    3 points
  19. Having some tough cravings this morning, so I thought I'd get on here to distract myself and talk about my favorite topic: Exercise.Many people wonder what to start with, should they join a gym, what's appropriate for their age, etc. You are blessed to have my wisdom here, as I would argue that I know what the single best exercise for everyone is regardless of age, condition, or ability. It's my rule #1 when it comes to exercise. Exercise Rule #1: The #1 best exercise for everyone is "the one they either like enough, or dislike so little, that they keep doing it". Any exercise that you are unwilling to keep doing will provide no benefit no matter how well planned or applicable it is for your needs. For years I would lift wts in a gym 3-4 months a year, get burnt out, then do nothing for about 9 months. I once liked working out in a gym, but it no longer appealed to me. So I kept quitting and restarting. What finally got me exercising consistently was to find something I enjoyed (and I now haven't missed a day of exercise in 3.5yrs). For me, that meant doing my workouts in the woods on a trail where I jog, do body wt exercises, lift and flip logs, throw large rocks, etc (and imagine I'm some kind of 60yr old Spartan). The point is, if you find something you like, you are much more likely to do it consistently. And consistency is the most important requirement of any exercise plan. If you are doing something you dread doing, you need to look for something else or you will eventually quit.
    3 points
  20. I like the pan. Hung that next to my X calendars. Reminds me to stop thinking stupid.
    3 points
  21. That's great news. I remember one time when the vets told us Roscoe was a goner, he was groggy for a couple of days when he came home. He slept a lot and gradually ate more. After a few days, he was right back at it...just like nothing happened. So long as I'm reminiscing about Roscoe...I don't think he took a direct hit, but he was very close to something that was struck by lightning. Poor guy was soaking wet yet every hair on his body was standing straight up. I've never been able to read a dog's expression clearer than I was able to that day. His expression said: "what the hell was that?" Let's raise a toast to good dogs.
    3 points
  22. Great job Justin. You've laid the foundation for a great quit. We have The Sarge. And Doreen wields a mean frying pan. Stay the course man.
    3 points
  23. Huge congratulations on one month down. I sometimes had really tough days right before big milestones. Not sure why, but I guess it's just more of the push and pull of addiction trying to turn a reason to celebrate into a reason to cave. Whatever the cause, the tough days do jump out at you and you just have to push through. For several months, I would plot all day at work on Fridays exactly how I would stop for a pack on the way home and just smoke my way through the weekend and then quit. I would picture the route I'd take and count down the minutes -- somehow I managed never to make that stop and continued to muddle through the first year. You've got this, Justin.
    3 points
  24. Just returned from the Post Office, where I shipped three beautiful vintage Seiko watches to the UK for service. One of my buddies on my watch forum is going to get them all in tip top shape. I am very excited about that.Simon says I should have them back before Christmas.
    3 points
  25. Huge Congratulations to our Train driver on his Fabulous 8 years ... Thank you @MarylandQuitterfor this wonderful Train ....that I'm sure has saved many many lives. And will continue for a long time ... Your the Man
    3 points
  26. 3 points
  27. Here I am, still around!!!!!
    3 points
  28. Well done Ace.... Eight months already .....you a massive part of the board ,I feel you have been here much longer .. Thank you for all you bring ...
    2 points
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