Marilyn.H.July.14.14.

(: I don't need to freeze my butt off anymore :)

Blog Post created by Marilyn.H.July.14.14. on Jan 12, 2020

I'm one of those people who live in a snowbelt and the last several years Winter has been a real b#tch Mother Nature would start dumping snow the middle of October it would just nicely melt then dump a ft the first of November and keep dumping it so that it's the end of April before it's gone last year was horrid BUT that's A OK because I don't need to be outside freezing my butt and fingers off trying to suck on a damned Cancer Stick BUT I do need to shovel the white crap BUT I don't need to stop for smoke breaks and nearly hork up a lung or possibly even both UGH I can't believe I used to do that BUT thankfully NOT anymore   we're under a Winter storm warning we're right on the line of a ft or more of that white Crap and or ice pellets with freezing rain possibly up to an inch of ice BUT it'll be what it will be at least we've had it fairly good up to now I'm just happy that none of us need to suck on those yuckies (cigarettes) anymore! As long as we all stick with N.O.P.E and vigilance N.M.W plus let's always remember and N.E.F - Never Ever Forget that horrid DAY ONE or those early days and weeks of quitting smoking because another Day ONE would totally suck big time BUT each and every Day WON DAY WON is a GIFT of LIFE....I'm so thankful that with commitment and perseverance that quitting smoking and remaining quit is DOABLE not easy by any stretch of the imagination BUT DOABLE and so worth it....

I believe this picture of my grandson Mason was taken two years ago I believe it was mid February there was lots of shoveling that day BUT no smokebreaks YAY for Smokefree living and YAY for each and every Day WON.....

This picture is from March break just a couple of miles away from where I live my daughter pulled over to take the picture of the snowbank behind me we were on our way back from an overnighter with Mason.....I think this was two years ago too hummm or maybe last year!

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