I could easily cry tears of joy for THIS DAY!. There are no words to express how I feel. I am honored and happy to be a part of this community. I am having many thoughts and reflections on this journey right now. I have much to be thankful for but I will try to be quick this morning. Now and then I go back to read some of my old blogs. I have found them very helpful throughout the journey. I can see where I started, the trials and accomplishments. The comments, wisdom help, and support from the community have impacted me and I hold a keepsake of my journey.
It takes a village to help a quitter. Jackieism
BTW (by the way) I would advise everyone to chronicle their journey whether by blog or in a personal journal
You will not regret it.
Four (4) years thank God I am free. I don't have the words to explain it. I am free. No longer bound. No more chains holding me. My soul is rested, oh what a blessing. Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord! Hallelujah, I'm free.
This morning I read a few of my old blogs. One was written roughly 270+ days into my quit. It chronicled how I felt. I hope that you will take the time to read it. The link is below. I hope someone gains something from it and will help you to move forward on your journey. Because the journey continues...
I had made up my mind that no matter what I would never take another puff and had resolved that it would be by any mean necessary. Whatever I had to do not to smoke I was going to do it. Smoking was no longer an option. SINAO
Here are a few blogs that I would like to share. Have a blessed day. NOPE, I am free.