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Catlover is Five Years Smoke Free Today!!!


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Thank you so much Jillar 😊  My oh my… these last few years have gone so quick, I remember being at 2 years, then 4, now starting my 6th year, it’s unreal! So greatful to everyone here on the train, from the daily NOPE to reading everyone’s stories, which keep me strong. I love seeing everyone’s quit coming on well.  To all the Newbies, you Can do this, if you really really want it, Life is better without the cigs honestly.
let’s keep this going 🤗🤗🤗

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Yahoo @catlover.....

Five years  smoke free...This is massive ....A huge Congratulations....

hope you treat yourself to something special....

So happy to be sharing this with you ...thank you for your constant support for our Newbies.

Not so Newbies and the Oldies who still like a friend sometimes 🐸



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Way to go, Catlover! Congratulations on 5 years no ciggies! I bet it still feels awesome when you realize you don't have to go stand out in the weather and take a smoke break!! Life without cigs really is grand!

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