Monday, September 09, 2013

I Need a Couple High Fives



I finally have figured out why I've been soooooooo out of sorts!!! In addition to the family and all the other insanity, I quit smoking -- and I'm guessing that's added a lot to all the other stuff, BUT even worse -- it's been over FIVE MONTHS since I quit smoking!!!!!!!!! Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!

Happy Blogging!!!!!!!!

Kay

27 comments:

  1. Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!

    You may be as ugly and as out of sorts as you wish for as long as you don't smoke.

    One day that too shall pass.

    Remember the words of my BFF: I'll never start smoking again because I'm never going through that again!

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  2. You deserve more that a couple of high five, Kay. Well done and congratulations on reaching the five months mark. :)

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    1. Well, I've come this far, I can't go back.

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  3. I concur with your BFF -- with all you-know-what of this past couple months I haven't cheated despite how badly I wanted one. Came close this a.m. when I didn't want to talk when I called. And I'll prolly. My docs are thrilled. Then again if every one is being a jerk to me, why bother?

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  4. Sounds like you are being scapegoated.
    Don't let the bastards get you smoking again.

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  5. Hang in there. Quitting was one of the hardest things I've ever done. Been clean now for 13 years, and it was worth the struggle.

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    1. Standing ovation, Dick!!!!! How did the Missus stand you?

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  6. Keeping good thoughts for you, Kay! You've got this! Do it for yourself.

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    1. I learned long ago that one *has* to do it for youself. It's the only way! I am staying the the course but it's nice to know that I have a cheering section!!

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  7. Good on the quitting and staying with it as it will lead to better health in your old age. I know how hard it is having had relatives who quit. They say it's one of the hardest addictions to beat. So good going.

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    1. Thanks!!! My doc got so excited she didn't even finish properly, Needless to say, I had some stern words with her.

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  8. Yay!! I know from experience how hard it is to quit, and I am proud of you!!

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  9. Yahoo! I'm proud of you too, Kay!!!

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  10. Awwwwwwwwwwww thanks!!!!!!!!!

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  11. Take the time to pat yourself on the back and give yourself a reward, Kay. You and others who have given up the weed make me thankful I somehow escaped the habit. Hang in there. And Congratulations.

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  12. I quit for five years once and then restarted. Dumbest thing I ever did. Took five more to quit again. That was about 1990 I think. You go girl!

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  13. High tens!!! that's an accomplishment.

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  14. Congratulations. I gave up smoking in1980 and have no regrets. Life smoke-free gave me new lease online.

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  15. Congratulations. I gave up smoking in 1980 and so enjoy my smoke-free lifestyle .

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  16. Anonymous12:10 PM

    Like Lorna, I'm sending high tens your way, Kay. Wunderbar! I admire the gutsiness of every person who quits.
    Cop Car

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  17. You should be very pleased with yourself – quitting smoking is not easy. I hope you feel good soon.

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  18. Congratulations on stopping smoking! That's an amazing feat, from the first day to the first year. Five months is absolutely *incredible*! :) I love reading about stories of triumph like this one - I'll keep your blog on the list of 'stuff I read quite often' that I've got. Keep it up! ~ Amelia @ Senior Match

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  19. Hang in there.. All we have is today

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  20. Way to go Kay... I quit in 88... you can do this. because you really have gotten over the hardest part... so keep being strong... we are all here, your cheering team..
    YEAH, YAHOO.. KAY

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  21. Hang in there, Kiddo....It's been...hmm....32 years since I've taken a puff, and I never thought I'd get there when I tried to quit. but Now I don't even think about it. You'll get there. Aside from all the health issues, there's the freakin' expense!!! yowzah

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  22. Oh man, guess I haven't been a round for a while . . . but anyway, as one ex-smoker to another, congrats. and keep it up!

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