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c9jane29 last won the day on November 15 2018

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About c9jane29

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  • Birthday 09/15/1982

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  1. Hope all is well with you and the kidlets and family... missed your glittery greatness at my Lido Party..... Come back and play with us... and let us know all is well.

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    2. notsmokinjo


      Woohoo... not that you lost your phone or that you have been lonely... but that you are still around and the fambams are all well and good.....

    3. Sslip


      Hope all is well Jane. Come and say Hi!


      If I don't catch you before wishing you and your family a very happy and healthy 2019!

    4. MLMR


      Jane, are you all right? I am worried about you, Glitters. X

  2. Hey Jane.  Where you hiding?  Been missing you lately.  Hope all is well with you and your family.

  3. Hey girl, hope you're doing ok. We miss you....



  4. "Knuckle deep inside the borderline. This may hurt a little but it's something you'll get used to. Relax. Turn away".....Fisting??
  5. Hip! Hooray! I'm so proud of you today! I know you are proud of yourself, too!! Tell junkie brain to take the day off because you deserve some peace of mind...(some glitz to clear your thoughts) . Do something nice to day! Maybe a nice carrot salad? ? You are a wonderful, beautiful quit machine and we all can't wait to greet you on the lido in only 9 months!!
  6. Wow! 3 years!! Congratulations BKP! I enjoy your no nonsense posts and thanks for the support you give around here! Don't forget to celebrate today!
  7. Congrats on a big 5 years!! Amazing testimony that it can be done! Hope you remember to celebrate this wonderful milestone!
  8. Sending glitter love for your big 5 month party!! Feel good, feel strong, feel beautiful...you are a warrior woman! Do something nice for yourself today, you have earned it!
  9. Congratulations Joe!! 5years is an inspiration! Babies and doggies and 5 sweet years of freedom! You have alot to celebrate
  10. @Wantsit Please continue to educate yourself on nicotine addiction...it has changed the chemisty of your brain. Sazerac gave good info above...there are scientific/medical reasons you are feeling like you are. Knowledge of the addiction takes away its power. YOU are in control of you mind, not nicotine and you need to let junkie brain know that. Don't give smoky thoughts one ounce of romance because it can easily be manipulated and trigger the rest of your receptors to activate in desperation (think of a nursery and one baby starts crying...they ALL start crying) Give a firm "NOPE! I'm a non-smoker!" Eat a small snack and move on to redirect brain activity.
  11. I'm all for it! I wish they would take all nicotine products from stores and only be allowed to sell from age regulated "smoke shops". (I know this will never happen because the money) They just passed some regulations on Juul tho, it's a step in the right direction. https://www.engadget.com/2018/11/13/juul-stops-selling-e-cigarette-flavors-social-media-promotions/ Vape is a big thing in my small town...we have 3 churches, 2 convience type stores, McDonald's and 2 independent vape shops. Very sad "downtown" drive.
  12. Sorry to hear this Dave! Hope they get you back up and running soon! Also thankful for your solid quit; knowing that being a non-smoker will make recovery easier (and you won't be tempted for relapse) Take it easy
  13. Add: the most rewarding, exciting, best thing any of us could do!! Glad to hear you got back at it! Felt good, I bet! Keep it up; one day at a time!
  14. Ah, work...that would have made the hot shower awkward? Glad to hear you feeling a bit better! Take it easy on yourself.
  15. Don't make me get the glitter out!!

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