Doc, thankyou for your suppport during the early part of my life without nicotine. You were the first 'big brother' quitter to write on my page, within minutes of my first post, and it meant a lot. All good wishes to you. Jayne.
One month, one week, two days, 12 hours, 49 minutes and 19 seconds. 750 cigarettes not smoked, saving £187.67. Life saved: 2 days, 14 hours, 30 minutes.
Reply from Doc24747: Hi Jayne No problem! Glad you are doing so well! Regards Doc
Thanks for all of your support and well wishes through my tumultuous 2009. Some days the best thing I had going for me was that I was able to keep my quit
going and having the support of people like you was a huge piece of that!
Thanks so much
Wishing you a happy and healthy 2010 as you continue to NTAP!
Reply from Doc24747: Hey JR
No worries. You have this thing beat, for sure.
A happy and most importantly, a healthy 2010 to you too.
My mother continues to smoke, my son smokes and the gal that cuts my hair told me her father gave up a 5 year quit! As you say, always best to stay on guard. I
know you are well, it's just very difficult when it is a family member. all the best, jenna