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Ferimeth is Celebrating 2 Months Smoke Free!

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Wow! Look at you @Ferimeth. 2 Months smoke free already. Congratulations. With a steadfast commitment, faith and good support, you can do anything.

Keep up the good work!

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Congratulations on two months ferimeth, you're doing great! :)

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Congratulations Ferimeth!  Keep up the great work!

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Congrats on the 2 month mark -- you are going strong now!!!

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Congratulations on 2 months. Stay determined 👍

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Congrats @Ferimeth, 2 months is great. Breathe in that fresh air

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Congratulations on achieving this milestone!!!

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