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About Lin-quitting

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    Official Old Pharte

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    small town Kansas USA
  • Interests
    Boring old lady. Interests are cooking, reading, and being thrifty.
  • Quit Date
    03/06/2017

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  1. Way to go Buck! Keep up the fantastic work you're doing!
  2. Thank you all! So many of you are instrumental in my having this wonderful new life of freedom.....which I am still delighting in.
  3. Hi Opah. Hanging in there? Smoking cigs sucks, you know? Clean lungs rule. Seriously, they feel good and rule. Jim is here and behind your quitting. Lin is here and behind your quitting. Beazel is here and behind your quitting. Jillar is here and behind your quitting. G. Meanie (Reci) is here and behind your quitting. There are others I'm missing. (Do you see a pattern of friends here?)..... We're just wanting to be here to help get you over the hump. Don't be afraid of being clean!!!!! It's awesome. You are not giving anything up. You are gaining a.....life. Quit romancing the lung hit. You can get over this hump and do it and be a non-smoker!!!
  4. Opah, I just wanted to send you a word of encouragement. YOU WILL NOT SMOKE. FOR ANY REASON. BECAUSE THE CIGARETTES LIE AND THEY KILL. AND YOU ARE STRONGER AND SMARTER THAN THEY ARE. I was fortunate enough to quit, got my year in, in March 2018. And a fellow quitter named Buckster was so instrumental in my quitting. He encouraged me and inspired me and supported me and he posted one of the best helps I ever received, a link to I mean, come on, Mel Gibson all kilted and sexy telling me to get my freedom on.....? A no brainer. I'm in. And I did it. And it was in no small part due to a fellow quitter named Buckster, who understood what we were up against and what might help. I will be forever grateful. Opah, I wish for you the same support and success. You can be strong and do this, and life is so much more wondermous on the other side of smoking.
  5. Congratulations Wren on your awesome milestone!
  6. Way to go Gabes! It feels great to be free from the things, doesn't it? Congratulations on your achievement!!
  7. Fantastic accomplishment Fab, no one knows better than we do how hard you've worked toward this milestone. Congratulations on reaching it!
  8. Kudos Octain, all your hard work is paying off! Congratulations on reaching the first year of your freedom from the slavery of smoking!
  9. Way to go Martian! It's a huge accomplishment to reach that first smoke-free year, and I know you'll use it wisely as the springboard to the rest of your smoke-free life. Congratulations!
  10. Way to go Rory! Nobody knows better than we do what a stupendous job it is that you have accomplished! I am so happy for you, and wish you continued healthy smoke-free years. Congratulations!
  11. (I am sorry to be so late, but.....) CONGRATULATIONS Weegie! Being a nonsmoker rocks, doesn't it?!!!
  12. Congratulations Jo, your hard work and dedication have paid off! Way to go! You are such an inspiration and role model and tireless supporter here on the Train, and I am proud to have known you from "back when".....?
  13. alkdj I am so happy for you gitw! You've worked so hard toward your achievement and I hope you are enjoying the rewards of it. Congratulations!
  14. I see you peeking in Lin!! Hope all is well :)

  15. It's such an individual struggle. For me, I knew at 4 months that I could succeed, if I just would stay committed and strong. It was at about 8 months that life reverted back to "normal".

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