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    G’day Doreen Sorry for your loss. your in my thoughts and prayers Chris
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    Absolutely, Positively, NOPE !!!!!!!!!!!
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    Oh, my darling friend, I am so sorry to know about Tony's death. Please be kind to yourself and surround yourself with love from your friends and family and know how much we love and appreciate you here. Love, Sally
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    Doreen I am so sorry for your loss. You and your husband shared many years and you were such a champion in taking care of him, your heart must be broken. Know that I am praying for you and your family.
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    So sorry to hear of your loss Doreen.
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    I am sorry for your loss and I hope you get through this
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    Sending all my love to you, the kids and grandkids during this time and for the days to come. Hold the happy memories close and remember those times. I life lived well is a life that was loved.
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    I am So Sorry to hear of your loss Doreen. I have you and your family in my thought and prayers.
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    My love and prayers are with you, dear friend. So very deeply sorry for your loss. Tony is at peace, and I pray that his loved ones will find peace, as well.
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    If I really wanted to smoke I could. Today I think I'll leave it and just go smoke free
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    I'm sorry for your loss Doreen. Rest in peace Tony.
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    So so sorry for your loss Doreen, may he rest in peace, and praying for strength for you and your family to get through this.
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    My deepest condolences to you and your family Doreen. Tony would have felt your love and kindness right through to the very last. Please take care of yourself and the rest of your family at this challenging time. Love, Shane.
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    I am so sorry for your loss Doreen, my thoughts and prayers will be with you!!!!
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    Tragic news Doreen. Sincere condolences to you and your family. You will all have each other to lean on during this difficult time. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.
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    g’day NOPE Not One Puff Ever
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    ((Doreen)) there are no words; only love. I send so much love and strength to you, friend...I hope you can feel it
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    I am so very sorry for your loss Doreen!
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    NOPE- for the 730th time!!
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    OMG, you guys!!!! I just got a pm from my old buddy Reci! I'm so touched that you remembered!!! I must say... life is going great! I actually (finally) feel really proud of having quit. I struggled with feeling pride about it because for so much of the time, I felt like I was hanging on by my fingernails. But I DID hang on, and now it's been 2 years and honestly, I can't imagine going back into that prison. Addiction really is a prison of the most intimate variety. In so many ways, nobody really knows you're in there but you. Even people who are aware you smoke think you could and should just quit- they don't fully grasp the intensity of the addiction and how incredibly hard it can be to break free. Thanks for all the support and all the laughs! Peace, love and hugs to you all, PeaceTrain
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    sorry Doreen big hug from texas praying for you
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    Doreen, my condolences on the loss of your dear husband, Tony.
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    my thoughts, prayers, and love to you Doreen! Thank you for letting us know xoxoxoxo
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    I'm so sorry your beloved hubby has passed Doreen. I hope you find some comfort in knowing that he is no longer suffering. Xoxo
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    @reciprocity, @Boo, @Joe7, @Martian5, @Lilly, @desperate1, @johnny5 and @jillar thank you Thank you my QT family, sorry I've been less than regular these past few months, work's just not slowing down. Last week I lost my dear aunt to cancer, hers was discovered quite late, and she went peacefully and was so graceful in handling the pain. That just reminded me how fragile life is and how much I've been taking things for granted. So my 11 month gift to myself is to be kind, most importantly to myself so that I can be kind to others (animals are the sole exception, I want to be kind to them regardless ) and allow myself the occasional break. These 11 months sure have been a roller coaster with each up matched by a symmetrical down but then again C'est la Vie as they say. My 1 year anniversary gift to myself will be a small solo trip, haven't planned anything concrete yet, but it will be me, books, preferably the beach and lots of time without anything to do. This trip is as much your gift to me, as you are the guys who were always there with a steadying hand when I thought I would fumble this quit away. I am grateful for each one of you, and this forum and the beacon of light you represent for people like me who struggle to believe there is light at the end of the tunnel.
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    Just popped in on my 2nd anny, Doreen and thought I'd check your latest post to see how you're doing. I'm so very sorry for this loss, Doreen. Hope you are feeling supported by your family and friends at this incredibly difficult time and that you're feeling the love from all of us here. Please take exquisite care of yourself, friend.
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    G’day NOPE starts my day
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    Sorry to hear this Doreen. So glad you were back from your holiday and got to be there x
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    NOPE - I don't smoke anymore
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