Of course it will end, but the whole urge thing is still unexpected. Thankfully, today hasn't been filled with them.
The friend I visited with last night - I've known here for 40+ years. We used to go out to bars and smoke and drink, and all that stuff that 20-somethings do. Last night, we were talking and she remembered the exact date (in the 1980s) when she and I both quit smoking on a National Smokeout day and signed a promise to each other not to smoke that day and night. She never smoked again. She said she doesn't understand how I can smoke and then just up and quit. I told her I hoped I was done with that, or as elvan says, NOPE not hope. It was a good conversation that took me way back to my days of smoke/not smoke/smoke/not smoke, etc. I like this determined not smoking much better.
I have plans today that will keep me busy enough to not deal with the confusion of NML. Little nap, shower, then Richard and I have a date tonight. We're going to a bluegrass concert in a town nearby. We might even go nuts and go out to eat (McDonald's is out to eat with my husband; he has very simple tastes!).
Walking is done for today and a bunch of painting. Laundry to put in the dryer. Isn't life exciting? LOL
Happy day 74 to me!