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Congratulations @Tammy for being one year smoke free!




We have all been so lucky to have you join us with the support and inspiration you offer. Your amazing gift with words that aren't even in your first language have littered the boards for all those to follow to be inspired by. I am so happy to be the first to raise a glass and say well done and congratulations.


Now it's time to party....


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Huge Congratulations Dear One ....

You have arrived .....The Fabulous Lido Deck .!!!!!

It's been a pleasure travelling along your journey with you ...

You are a inspiration for the newbies who follow ...always supportive and helpful....

And for the support you have always given me off board ...

I hope you enjoy the two nice displays I have sent you ...

Love you lady 




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Congratulations on your First Year of Freedom, Tammy.

You have built yourself a sturdy, successful quit and

shown your wisdom and compassion here on the QTrain.

Thank you so much for sharing your quit with us.


Stay vigilant, darling. 

This next year will be SO much better than last as you settle into living nicotine free 

and please continue rewarding yourself,

you have done such fine work.


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I am truly truly honoured to be a part of this forum, my 1 year of quit has been an amazing life experience for me, and this forum with all my lovely friends has been one of the most integral part of it. 


Each one of you has been a great source of inspiration and support on the board and through messages. A year ago I reached office and decided I won't ever buy or smoke a cigarette again because I was done giving myself excuses and telling myself 3-5 smokes a day isn't really smoking (duh!).

I got on the web and started looking for a forum as I knew being in the company of people who've fought this battle and won will be a great help and boy was I right. 


Made connections with some amazing amazing human beings here, who reinforce my belief in myself each time I speak to them.  I am indebted to the support and camaraderie I've received from all my friends on here. Thank you thank you thank you.


I intend to celebrate by hitting a karaoke bar near me, since I can sing a couple of lines now without having to wait to catch my breath, though others may not wait to catch theirs while they are running out :p

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I'm so happy to welcome you to the lido deck Tammy :) Thank you for all the support and camaraderie you've given to us. I'm glad you're celebrating today because you've earned it! Congratulations on your first year smoke free :)



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Oh Tammy, wow! Congratulations on your achievement, 12 months, one whole year!!!


I know youve had your challenges along the way and I admire you so much for going on. Youve been an inspiration to me more than once, you know that? You carried on with grace, no matter what.. 


I very much hope you celebrated in style, cose you earned it! 


Look, you had them all:




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20 hours ago, greenlight said:

Huge congratulations, Tammy!! 20th June is a fantastic quit date, I would agree 😁

Oh wow Greenlight, now it indeed is...congratulations on 7 awesome years of staying quit :D


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