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Jack1664 last won the day on August 16 2017

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  1. Hi all It’s been a couple of months I hope your all well and dealing with these strange times. My quit continues now at 3 years 9 months. Doesn’t time fly. Until the next time keep well x
  2. Hi all sorry I’ve not posted for a bit I’ve had a bit of illness to deal with which went on for Christmas into feb (not Covid) either way all is good on the non smoking front. Before posting I had to work out how long it’s been . I think it’s 3 years 8 months. I hope this gives encouragement to those joining the path especially during such difficult times, when you have to work out how long it’s been your not doing badly. I hope your all well within your quits and dealing with any Covid issues. It seems we are making good progress here in the U.K. at the moment and long may It continue. Wherev
  3. Wow completely forgot the monthly sign in !!!! not sure if this is a good sign or not anyway 3 years 2 months
  4. Actually remembered to post on the day 2 Years 9 Months I hope you are all safe and well and the lock ins have not provided temptation. I have thought of it once or twice during my lock in but when I do I just have another bottle of gin Stay safe stay well and stay indoors x
  5. 2 years 8 months folks. Stay safe and stay home x
  6. Forgot to post .......... 2 years 7 months
  7. After this period of time I now think I’m entitled to do my monthly post in years after than months so 2 years 6 months.
  8. 29 months and a happy new year one and all

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