Well 2 years today. I’m a happy and Blessed camper
I am so PROUD of you, and especially proud that you dealt with the business uncertainties of this pandemic without giving in. You should be very proud of Ralph, too!
Ralph - congrats 2 YEARS as a NON SMOKER - WAY TO GO RALPH
Big congrats Ralph. This is such an amazing milestone to achieve. I hope you have plans to celebrate.
Congratulations Ralph Ralph1955 on 2 years...I know it is also your dad’s birthday...he would be so proud...
Enjoy your Freedom ~ Colleen
Congratulations on 2 years...
Yes! So proud of you Ralph! xoxoxo
Two years is awesome! Doesn't it feel great???? I hope you do something good for yourself to celebrate
P.S. Ralph is my dad's and brother's name
A super duper CONGRATULATIONS on your precious quit journey YAY for 2 stupendous Smokefree years and counting WTG YAY for Smokefree living and YAY for each and every Day WON because LIFE really is Grand without a Cigarette in Hand.
Congrats to you!!
Congratulations on your 2 year quit. Many more to come.
Keep up the good quit.
Thank you all for the support in celebrating my 2 years as a non smoker. Sadly, my celebration was short lived. Last night I was told by the facility where my mom is at, that one worker and 2 residents have the coronavirus; my mom is one of them. Right now her symptoms are asystematic. I'm angry that she was tested on June 29th and they just received the results yesterday. That is so unacceptable!!!
My sister and I are so worried now and in our hope to do what was right for mom and dad at the time has now turned to guilt. Mom will be tested again and God Willing if the tests come back Negative we'll be taking her home with us. Please, Pray for mom and send out your special thoughts that she'll be ok and come back to live with us.
Devastated to say the least.
No guilt to be had here as far as I can tell. You made the best decision for your parents AT THE TIME. No one could have anticipated this plague on our houses.
If she had the test done on June 29th and is still asymptomatic more than two weeks later, i think that is a good sign.
I will say a prayer for her.
Ralph, I'm so sorry to hear this. Life knows how to throw us a curve ball. If the test is that old, I would think it's a good thing that she's still asymptomatic. There is no reason to feel guilty. I understand, but this is not your fault--you've been doing everything you can to take care of your mother. I'm hopeful that this will be one of the positive outcomes of this pandemic--our families in senior facilities will receive better care in the long run. And we all know, there is no excuse for these results to have taken this long.
Don't lose sight of your success. I actually got bad news myself on the day of my 2 years.
Sending caring thoughts for your family.
Congrats on your success. You should be so proud of your accomplishment. You are an inspiration to others. Gives me hope that I can make it as well.
I'm so sorry about your mom. COVID is more often healed without major consequences than not. Prayers to you and your family. I will still congratulate you on your fabulous achievement of 2 years strong!
Happy for you Ralph 2 years is a major milestone Congratulations
Way to go Ralph.
Awesome Ralph!!!! Keep stacking those days!!!
Many Congrats to you Ralph!
Update: Mom is ok; second test came back negative. Still not able to see her face to face but our governor is working on ways to make it safe so we can. 5 months is way to long especially with her advancing dementia. Last week I did the unthinkable and bummed a cig from a client BUT, I stopped myself so, STILL CIG FREE.
You've got this quit firmly in your grasp Ralph Ralph1955 I'm sending you a humongous caring hug dear friend and Fellow Exer and most definetly EXtended family, life is so frigging difficult with this damned Covid BUT we must stick with our precious quits no matter what......
That is fabulous news about your mother. So glad you stayed strong and didn't smoke that cigarette. It can be tough to resist at times, but you did it.
Big congrats on your continued success.
Good job - remember I have said it takes MANY decisions to smoke a cigarette after you quit? Well, you made the CORRECT one when it counted! PROUD of you!
Congratulations Ralph! There odds are now 80% in your favor of remaining smoke free for the rest of your life. I think that's correct.
Make that 100%
1 month is way too long to not see our loved ones face to face, let alone five. Hope it happens SOON!
What a sad thing it would have been if you had put that cig in your mouth after two smoke-free years. Hope you've stomped it to death since then. Love your new avatar BTW!
Ralph - WAY TO GO 2 YEARS loving living YOUR OWN NON SMOKER LIFE
Sorry I'm late to the party.....congratulations on 2 YEARS!!
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