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About jillar

  • Birthday March 12

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    May 29, 2016

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  1. jillar

    Shall We Rhyme?

    Venison jerky, yummy
  2. That's how successful quits are made @Tara smith
  3. Good job Justin and I too love typing and deleting
  4. jillar

    Shall We Rhyme?

    Keith Richard's old
  5. jillar

    Take Two

    I don't think you need a recipe to make lemonade, its just lemon juice and sugar I think
  6. Welcome again @JonGuirl, I was a member of qsmb until it imploded too. You may see some familiar faces as many of us landed here
  7. Welcome aboard @JonGuirl, congratulations on that awesome quit! If you get a chance why not introduce yourself in our Introductions forum so everyone can meet you?
  8. jillar

    Take Two

    I add a little sugar to my lemonade and think about my life
  9. jillar

    Who's in Charge?

    @intoxicated yoda, it took me my whole first year. It was the same as if there was a death in my family. That's why I stuck close to my support. We even have a one year pledge pinned to the top of the main forum. We smoked for a lot of years so there's just no way that we can be over it even in a years time because there will always be "firsts" that will test you but the beauty is that they are much easier to swat away then when we first quit

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