Thank you, Josie and Butterfly Swimmer. :) I can't believe that I'm almost at one year either. When you first quit, it feels like FOREVER since you had your last "fix". You can't wait to hit your first 30 days. Then 60, then 90, and so on. You look around at other quitters who have more time in than you do, and you wonder to yourself how they ever made it that far. Well, now here I sit, high atop the perch of 300 plus days, and let me tell you it feels good. Coming up on one year without tobacco, hardly even realizing that I was passing the 300 day milestone, just goes to show me how small of a place that my former habit takes in my mind now days. Time sure has flown these last couple of months. Shevie, my friend, please accept my apologies for not being around a couple of weeks ago. ;) You have been an incredible help to me throughout my entire quit, and a tremendous inspiration. The entire SSC has! Yes, it takes a lot of things to successfully quit the use of tobacco, but I could have never come this far without the support the SSC has to offer. My many thanks to all!
How have you been, Butterfly Swimmer? How's school? The quit? Hope all is well.
[B]My Quit Date: [/B] 5/21/2005
[B]Smoke-Free Days:[/B] 313
[B]Cigarettes Not Smoked:[/B] 6,584
[B]Amount Saved:[/B] $344.3
[B]Days:[/B] 40 [B]Hrs:[/B] 13 [B]Mins:[/B] 1 [B]Seconds:[/B] 47