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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

thats what i want my name to be. at this moment i am smoke free but i want this to last forever or the rest of my life whichever comes last. i began smoking when i was 12 years old and next year i will be 60. its time for a new page in my life. this is very painful but so worth it. whenever i want a cigarette and don't have 1 i feel so empowered and thankful at the same time. i thank God for my success because without Him it would not be possible. Heres to tomorrow
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    I haven't figured it out yet but I must find the time to do this each day. i don't know if its the anonimity or just the ability to say what in my head without judgement that appeals to me but i like it. Somewhere in my head i found a person who wants to be healthy. I can stay off cigarettes. I can stay on my fitness program, realizing its not just about losing weight but about staying grounded in my persuit of being healthy. Because the person I see in the mirror deserves the best, is the best, and can be better. I love my life so much and have been so blessed, I don't know why I have spent so many years abusing my body. Here's to tomorrow.

    Brenda Jean
    1347 days ago
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    1347 days ago
    Congratulations on being smoke free! It is very painful to stop smoking on many different levels. Besides the physical there's the emotional.

    I give YOU credit for your success.
    1347 days ago
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