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Onelove, Hawk, and BxMac,

Thanks for the welcomes~!

Trudging my little butt off the work now, at least it gets me out of the house!

Will come home and bake some cookies to take to my dad at the VA home for Valentines day.

Tomorrow and Thursday I'll stay busy with work and classes. Starting nursing school soon.

Need to get back into the habit of going to the gym. That should help offset any weight gain that comes with the quitting. I do eat relatively healthy though, so I'm not too worried.

Have a great day all!
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I still have my Zippo

I'll look like a Hippo

If I don't stop eating Skippo...
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That was your Doctor Seuss's guide to quitting smoking by BxMac and Grump.

Candy is dandy, liquor is quicker but smoking is joking

Stay strong all.
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Today marks one week for me. I'm doing this thing cold turkey. Glad I only have a short 3.5 hour shift today. Little grumpy, way lazy. Nothing I can't handle. A bit weepy. Just had to tell
Someone that I was not up to having Valentines dinner this week. I'm not planning on celebrating it at all, as my SO just passed away in September, very unexpectedly. I had went out with this person several times, I was clear that I was only looking for friendship at this stage as I am still grieving my loss, but he fell hard for me and nice as he is....I am not there yet. Maybe never will be with this guy....so I had to turn down the dinner invite. It's OK. Everything will be OK.....
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So sorry for your loss, and so recently too, I know it's difficult as I have lost more loved ones in the last ten years than I care to admit. Lets just say if I were to make a list and tattoo the names on my arm, I would have a sleeve.... I may start tissue so lets leave it there.

Back to the quitting, which is the most important thing we could ever do for ourselves and always remember, you'll not find a more caring and sensitive group anywhere to lay your weary head upon and let yourself be helped because sometimes even a rock needs a rock to lean on...
Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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Woke-up this morning and saw my trusty Zippo. I had stashed it away 72 days ago when I deep-sixed my ashtray. I kept the Zippo for use in the zombie apoc. A trusty friend. Good times and bad. A click and there's fire, a clack and it's gone. But seeing it this morning, made me want to smoke. Just for a fleeting moment, but the moment's want was strong. So I dumped the Zippo.

Lone Ranger had his Tonto
Green Lantern lit a Kato
I've got half a BLT
but they forgot the 'mato

I still have my Zippo

Fairy tales and love so true
Nato pawns in helmets blue
That BLT I mentioned
had no lettuce too

I still have my Zippo

Zippo I'd click open
and then the fire bring
giving life to toxic sticks
to death the dirge would sing

I just dumped my Zippo
used to make me dead
I'll try another BLT
even without bread

Welcome all newcomers and congratulations to us all.

If the smoke don't fit, then you must, ah, quit?

Kato's everywhere! If that cop on the run in Cali jumps in a white Bronco......
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Mac, I am going to enquire just one more time about you and your amazing way with words. I have noticed how skillfully you refuse to answer the question of whether or not you are a professional writer or what.....

You say Grump is an international woman of mystery and intrigue but in my opinion YOU are the MAN of mystery and intrigue alway puting poetry and philosophy together to create some of the most beautifull words ever written on this site.

If you are NOT a writer, then you missed your calling brother, truly.
Much respect
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Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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Today marks one week for me. I'm doing this thing cold turkey. Glad I only have a short 3.5 hour shift today. Little grumpy, way lazy. Nothing I can't handle. A bit weepy. Just had to tell
Someone that I was not up to having Valentines dinner this week. I'm not planning on celebrating it at all, as my SO just passed away in September, very unexpectedly. I had went out with this person several times, I was clear that I was only looking for friendship at this stage as I am still grieving my loss, but he fell hard for me and nice as he is....I am not there yet. Maybe never will be with this guy....so I had to turn down the dinner invite. It's OK. Everything will be OK.....
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Joy and sadness. Joy that you are quitting, sadness that you lost one you loved. Just as you are starting a new life without smoking, please try to start a new life with love. What I am saying is that life is short my friend, let go and enjoy what time you have left on this earth. I am sure that your SO would want you to be happy and live on. I have watched so many waste away the rest of their life after a loss like this, then there are the few that let go of the grief, hold onto the good memories, and find happiness again. May you strive to be one of the few. Blessings be upon you. Come here often, we are all about love and support, and not only for smoking. We are a very unique group, we are good listeners with any problems quitters are having, and it sounds like you need our fellowship. Take advantage of us, that is what I started this thread for. We are one. hf DF
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Today marks one week for me. I'm doing this thing cold turkey. Glad I only have a short 3.5 hour shift today. Little grumpy, way lazy. Nothing I can't handle. A bit weepy. Just had to tell
Someone that I was not up to having Valentines dinner this week. I'm not planning on celebrating it at all, as my SO just passed away in September, very unexpectedly. I had went out with this person several times, I was clear that I was only looking for friendship at this stage as I am still grieving my loss, but he fell hard for me and nice as he is....I am not there yet. Maybe never will be with this guy....so I had to turn down the dinner invite. It's OK. Everything will be OK.....
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So sorry for your loss, and so recently too, I know it's difficult as I have lost more loved ones in the last ten years than I care to admit. Lets just say if I were to make a list and tattoo the names on my arm, I would have a sleeve.... I may start tissue so lets leave it there.

Back to the quitting, which is the most important thing we could ever do for ourselves and always remember, you'll not find a more caring and sensitive group anywhere to lay your weary head upon and let yourself be helped because sometimes even a rock needs a rock to lean on...
 Quoting: CHL2T


THIS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^hfhf DF
These are the ones that make this thread great.
This is one, Along with others, that make it successful.
I love em all.
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Woke-up this morning and saw my trusty Zippo. I had stashed it away 72 days ago when I deep-sixed my ashtray. I kept the Zippo for use in the zombie apoc. A trusty friend. Good times and bad. A click and there's fire, a clack and it's gone. But seeing it this morning, made me want to smoke. Just for a fleeting moment, but the moment's want was strong. So I dumped the Zippo.

Lone Ranger had his Tonto
Green Lantern lit a Kato
I've got half a BLT
but they forgot the 'mato

I still have my Zippo

Fairy tales and love so true
Nato pawns in helmets blue
That BLT I mentioned
had no lettuce too

I still have my Zippo

Zippo I'd click open
and then the fire bring
giving life to toxic sticks
to death the dirge would sing

I just dumped my Zippo
used to make me dead
I'll try another BLT
even without bread

Welcome all newcomers and congratulations to us all.

If the smoke don't fit, then you must, ah, quit?

Kato's everywhere! If that cop on the run in Cali jumps in a white Bronco......
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luv it.
funny how the mind makes neural connections between objects and ideas.
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Cat 35, Hawk 9, and Jasper with a clean bill of health.

Great, good, things to all.

Grumps? Doing ok?

CHL and Onelove and DF; rock soid, rock steady.

Salt, report with over 40

Danger - Fat Tuesday in Brazil - Where in the World is Walt?

Oddballs!

Today. Smoke free. And what a day it will be. This day.
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Onelove, Hawk, and BxMac,

Thanks for the welcomes~!

Trudging my little butt off the work now, at least it gets me out of the house!

Will come home and bake some cookies to take to my dad at the VA home for Valentines day.

Tomorrow and Thursday I'll stay busy with work and classes. Starting nursing school soon.

Need to get back into the habit of going to the gym. That should help offset any weight gain that comes with the quitting. I do eat relatively healthy though, so I'm not too worried.

Have a great day all!
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My first day back to the gym is going to be tonight after work..figure once I start rolling with that, there will be no stopping me.
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That was your Doctor Seuss's guide to quitting smoking by BxMac and Grump.

Candy is dandy, liquor is quicker but smoking is joking

Stay strong all.
:)
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lol... thats right!
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Brother, CHL. Thanks for the kind words. They made me feel good about myself and that's a nice thing. I thank you for that.

No, I don't write. For a living or privately. When I write here. I write the way I talk. My wife and friends tell me to write, but I really don't have the discipline. When all is said and done, I'm pretty lazy.

I also have that blue-collar inferiority that I've never quite shrugged-off. With my kids, they all know (excepting the three-year-old) the expectation is for them to go to college or to build a platform to live their life's work. To do something important. Something that matters. To them and to others who might benefit from their endeavors. I grew up differently. The underlying ethos was "it's a damn good day you've got a job." No talk of aspirations or talent. You did the next right thing. Period. Not just me, but most of the guys in my neighborhood. You know first-hand, CHL, we try and give our kids better than we got. Most parents do the same.

And finally, to conclude my brief burlesque, I'm vain. But, it's a vanity built on sand and fear. A good wind and it all crumbles. I wouldn't attempt to write and risk mediocrity. Not honest enough for that. Better a clever fellow in a puddle than pedestrian in a pool. Stupid, but true for me.

We all have our stories. Thanks for taking an interest in mine, CHL. It makes me feel good about myself. And, again, I thank you for that.
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Brother, CHL. Thanks for the kind words. They made me feel good about myself and that's a nice thing. I thank you for that.

No, I don't write. For a living or privately. When I write here. I write the way I talk. My wife and friends tell me to write, but I really don't have the discipline. When all is said and done, I'm pretty lazy.

I also have that blue-collar inferiority that I've never quite shrugged-off. With my kids, they all know (excepting the three-year-old) the expectation is for them to go to college or to build a platform to live their life's work. To do something important. Something that matters. To them and to others who might benefit from their endeavors. I grew up differently. The underlying ethos was "it's a damn good day you've got a job." No talk of aspirations or talent. You did the next right thing. Period. Not just me, but most of the guys in my neighborhood. You know first-hand, CHL, we try and give our kids better than we got. Most parents do the same.

And finally, to conclude my brief burlesque, I'm vain. But, it's a vanity built on sand and fear. A good wind and it all crumbles. I wouldn't attempt to write and risk mediocrity. Not honest enough for that. Better a clever fellow in a puddle than pedestrian in a pool. Stupid, but true for me.

We all have our stories. Thanks for taking an interest in mine, CHL. It makes me feel good about myself. And, again, I thank you for that.
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You deserve it all.hf DF
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Day 10. No smokes, no alcohol. angel4
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Yay Hawk!

:)

Did you get to the gym too?

You're doing it!
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Day 10. No smokes, no alcohol. angel4
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You got it in the bag brother, now just remember.....

NEVER TAKE ANOTHER PUFF!
Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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Yay Hawk!

:)

Did you get to the gym too?

You're doing it!
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How'r ya doin today G?

Hope all is good and fairly stress free up there in the great white north!

You also remember......

NEVER TAKE ANOTHER PUFF!
Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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Yay Hawk!

:)

Did you get to the gym too?

You're doing it!
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Man was that an eye opener.. lmao! but jsut like the smoking, woeking out can only get easier with time.
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Day 10. No smokes, no alcohol. angel4
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You got it in the bag brother, now just remember.....

NEVER TAKE ANOTHER PUFF!
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I love joel's website... and thats right.. NEVR ANOTHER PUFF!
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Brother, CHL. Thanks for the kind words. They made me feel good about myself and that's a nice thing. I thank you for that.

No, I don't write. For a living or privately. When I write here. I write the way I talk. My wife and friends tell me to write, but I really don't have the discipline. When all is said and done, I'm pretty lazy.

I also have that blue-collar inferiority that I've never quite shrugged-off. With my kids, they all know (excepting the three-year-old) the expectation is for them to go to college or to build a platform to live their life's work. To do something important. Something that matters. To them and to others who might benefit from their endeavors. I grew up differently. The underlying ethos was "it's a damn good day you've got a job." No talk of aspirations or talent. You did the next right thing. Period. Not just me, but most of the guys in my neighborhood. You know first-hand, CHL, we try and give our kids better than we got. Most parents do the same.

And finally, to conclude my brief burlesque, I'm vain. But, it's a vanity built on sand and fear. A good wind and it all crumbles. I wouldn't attempt to write and risk mediocrity. Not honest enough for that. Better a clever fellow in a puddle than pedestrian in a pool. Stupid, but true for me.

We all have our stories. Thanks for taking an interest in mine, CHL. It makes me feel good about myself. And, again, I thank you for that.
 Quoting: BxMac


After reading you last post, it dawned on me that I am basically the very same in almost every way. I feel as though if I were to do anything it would limit my ability to do anything else so I choose to do nothing of importance instead...make sense? If it does, then you know of what I speak. I feel like the only truley worthwhile things I have done are to hold onto the wife, kids and house as well as rescuing several Mopar muscle cars from an early demise.
I built a sucessfull construction outfit that fell apart with the crash so I don't really count that as a "real" acomplishment, a real acomplishment would have been to keep it going through the crash but alas, no dice. Now It's all about struggle and for me I like that just fine...

I learned (thankfully no too late) that struggle is success or that it's the journey and not the destination

Was it wayne Gretsky that said "you miss 100% of the shots that you don't take"?
Behind every great fortune, there is a crime ~ Balzac

He was and was not, He was encompassed in the name yet not encompassed in the name, having as yet no name other than the desire to be called by a name.... ~Umberto Eco
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CHL, it makes absolute sense. So much so I cringed.

Listen, you took a shot and you'll take another shot. That's success to me. Takes more courage to take a shot than to pass and not take the risk.

Who knows what's next, brother. I do know that quitting smoking is going to take us to another place in our perception. Happening now. New vistas.

As always, glad we're coming to know each other, CHL. You're a good man.
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Hawk, double-digits! 10.

The count is climbing. You sound great and, beyond a doubt, you're doing it.

Ten days is pretty damn big. Something to be proud of. Congratulations.
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Hawk, double-digits! 10.

The count is climbing. You sound great and, beyond a doubt, you're doing it.

Ten days is pretty damn big. Something to be proud of. Congratulations.
 Quoting: BxMac


Right on man... I went intoa conviance store to buy some water and the clerk says to me "You got some spring in your step"... lmao!! Hell yeah! Starting to feel great, and spring is comming!!!

How are you doing dude?
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Oh, man, Hawk. That's some great stuff. A bounce in your step and that jingle in your pocket growing like the Fed's debt now that you're free from popping for the smokes. And if can't get better, after a couple of weeks in the gym you'll be a lean horse for a long race. Ten foot tall and bullet proof. It's nice when the world can sense that good vibe you're putting out. The clerk had to be plugged-in. Nice way to spend day 10.

Things are good on this end. Went to the VA today to get the whole cough/lung thing checked-out. And while my intuition informs it's all part of the detox, I'm going to get some tests done for due dilligence. My primary care doc is a real piss and she made a huge, huge, deal about me putting down the smokes. She raved (called in a few nurses I take a crack with there and they were all genuinely happy for me) and made me feel like I had returned victoriously from Admiral Perry's Antartic expedition. Good vibes were bouncing today.

Really happy for you, Hawk. You're in a great place and I believe it's going to keep getting better. All best.
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Day 10. No smokes, no alcohol. angel4
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hfclappa DF
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I gave up marlboros and switched to pure homegrown tobacco. I had three days of withdrawal symptoms.

Truly there is much checmicals in industrial tobacco.

Now never felt better. I do not see why I should stop?
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Spain - Good for you. Anything is better than the commercial toxic sticks.

Only you can answer the question you present.

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Fell asleep last night thinking about smoking... woke up today feeling great and ready to trudge on. No alcohol, no smoking...Day 11.
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Fell asleep last night thinking about smoking... woke up today feeling great and ready to trudge on. No alcohol, no smoking...Day 11.
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Right about the same amount of days, I too would think/ daydream about smoking to the point of imagining buying, opening and smoking a pack...... Funny as it sounds, it actually helped with the cravings
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Fell asleep last night thinking about smoking... woke up today feeling great and ready to trudge on. No alcohol, no smoking...Day 11.
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Right about the same amount of days, I too would think/ daydream about smoking to the point of imagining buying, opening and smoking a pack...... Funny as it sounds, it actually helped with the cravings
 Quoting: CHL2T


LMAO i was laying in bed fallign asleep thinking about how great it is to drink a tom of beer and smoke my brains out... like a jackass. When I woke up, not even a thought about smoking.... til i went to the gym and my lungs were burning out of my body. One day at a time...

How are you doing today dude? Hows the band?

Hope everyone had a great, Smoke Free Day!
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