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Joe is 7 years Today ...!!!!


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Thanks Doreeen...and,thanks to everyone! I don’t stop by too often, and was surprised to see this!

 I remember early in the quit that milestones were a very important part of moving forward. The final reward is that it takes something like this to even remind me that I used to be a smoker!

It’s such a distant memory.

I owe all my success to the wonderful people on this board for keeping me focused! 

And, yes, we have another grandson due to make an appearance March 1st! The numbers are still a little off, 8 granddaughters and soon to be 2 grandsons, but everyone is happy and healthy so I would say the numbers are pretty great!

I may be popping in a little more often in the weeks to come. Dec.30th I have to have rotator cuff surgery and the Doc says I will be off of work for 3months before I can return to light duty...then 6 months of PT!  I’m not one who sits still very good, so this is going to be an extremely long 3 months! My wife already informed me that she is buying a roll of duct tape so she can tape my arm to my side so I don’t screw anything up...lol

To all you newbies.... take your quit one day at a time... and if that gets hard to do...take it hour by hour...do whatever you need to do so that you can succeed. Remember...you are not quitting...you DID quit...keep it going!

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