So happy to have found you again and find out that we have another thing in common. Our hearts. Amazing. This site and you made all the difference for me!!!
My hubby smiled when I relayed your well wishes to him. I'll have to get used to this new format but I will and give back as much as I can...
So glad to have found you and know that you are still QUIT! YOOHOOOO!!! me too. My new username on here is yuandmee but it's me... yqs, ZOE. My hubby
and I are still quit too! Yippppie.
Hope you had a lovely 4th of July.
Reply from Doc460704: Dear Zoe,
It really brightened my day to hear from you, my first "Quit Sister". It made me feel doubly great to hear that you and your hubby are still NTAPing
like I am. I can't post as often as I'd like because of the restrictions they've put on us at work about accessing any social networking sites.
If those restrictions had been in place when we started our quits I'm not sure I'd have made it. Back then I needed the interaction with the group
here on almost a daily (hourly) basis. Your posts in particular were a godsend to me. Thank you. I still try to post weekly but now it's more of a way
of saying "thank you" to Joel, Zep and the rest of the people here. I know I owe them and maybe I can make it a little easier for some of the
I know you're feeling the comfort that I do now.
Pat (Gold and a bit, like you)
Hey Pat, you are awesome man! Just read your story on 40+ and it puts a tear in my eye because I have an uncle who is dying from smoking (they say he has
about 6 months). Your story so much reminds me of him but at the same time inspires me to live--really live--for him and for all those who want to quit and
for all those who are tempted to try that first cig. ~maze
Reply from Doc460704: Hey Maze,
Just thought I'd drop you a note. You have done a wonderful job supporting the newbies here. If you're like me early on in my quit it strengthened my
resolve. Now it's just a way to say thanks you the people who helped me.