I said I’m a Quitter — Not a Loser


Hey, all you peeps out there . . .  send me congratulatory messages — I quit smoking TWO years ago!!  So, in lieu of flowers at my premature funeral, shoot me an emoticon!

9 Responses to “I said I’m a Quitter — Not a Loser”

  1. Congrats on reaching such a great milestone. We’re proud of you! 😉

  2. oniontears Says:

    Grats mom. love you bunches 😀

  3. I’m so proud of you honey, you know I am. I knew better than to bug you about it, but when you were ready you just did it, and I think I’ve told you (but in case I haven’t) I was and am so impressed how well you handled it and have stuck to it. And we get to spend so more time together now, without you needing to run out for a smoke all the time! (And that’s definitely a good thing). Plus the increased likelihood that I have you around to take care of me all that much longer. All around, a fantastic acheivement. Congratulations!

  4. (technically, I should point out there is not really a correlation between being a quitter and being either a winner or loser. Some people quit because they’re losing (or because they have the “nows”) and some people quit while they’re ahead)

  5. Which reminds me of the story of the poor little boy who was born with no body or appendages, just a head. His family took very good care of him, but he longed to run and play with the other children that he could see outside through his window. One day a genie appeared and offered to grant him three wishes. Excitedly, he responded without hesitation, “I want a body! And arms! and legs!” Immediately, Poof! Poof! Poof”, the boy had a body, and arms and legs. Whereupon he directly ran outside into the street and was run over by a truck.
    The moral of the story: Quit while you’re a head.

  6. Congrats! 2 years! 🙂

  7. This is an accomplishment that you should be proud of! Good for you.

  8. But quit resting on your laurels and blog about something else again already, would ya? Just any subject that comes to hand…. like, oh, I don’t know….. ME!

  9. i admire you so . I still use you as a success story to those still struggling to quit !

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