It's the day before Hump Day and only five days till Christmas morning, we get Mason tommorrow, Thursday and Friday I think but Gramp and I are really looking forward to having him because his age makes Christmas so much more enjoyable. It's -25. celius or - 13 ° F brrrrrrr, I feel bad for the kids waiting for the school bus and anyone that's standing outside trying to smoke! I am so glad that I don't do that anymore. Even with all of the worries and stress with my sister, I will not relapse because the Freedom I have to go anywhere, anytime whenever, wherever and however would be gone and I won't give that up, even in the first few months of quitting my older sister found out she has breast cancer and she lives in another province so I could only talk to her on the phone, thank goodness she's still in remission but I didn't relapse but I had all of you to help distress me when I felt like throwing my hands up in the air and giving up plus the night before I quit smoking I promised myself that I would never pick up another cigarette as long as I live and I don't break promises to anyone including myself. Finding this site and reading everything I could before actually quitting and educating myself really strengthened my resolve to quit and remain quit with the right mindset which is being willing, determined and totally committed then being successful and living that life of Freedom is yours for the taking so grab on tight and don't let go because Freedom is super fantastic! Yes it takes time to get through the roller coaster ups and downs and relearn life without the crutch but it's absolutely doable and absolutely worth it to be Free so hang tough and know that there's life after cigarettes!