Life is like a sandcastle something beautiful here for awhile & then gone, but the impression it makes on others can last forever.

Friday, May 6, 2011


It's my quit smoking anniversary, May 7. I quit smoking 7 years ago, a couple months after my grandfather passed. He was a smoker, he lived the last few years of his life on a oxygen tank and home bound. That was the hardest for him, cause he ways always so lively. My grandfather loved life and his family, smoking robbed time away from both.

My cousin & I stayed many days at the hospital by his side, helping grandma have some time away. I was always so scared I would be in the room when he took his final breathes of life. I don't think I could have handled that.

For my Grandaddy, myself, & my family I celebrate 7 years of quiting smoking. Patches & will power work:)


Unknown said...

Congratulations. I have never smoked but I have family that do and they have said how hard it is to stop. I have a 15 and 17 year old girls that smoke and all I can do is pray that they will see the harm that it can do to their bodies. It takes a strong person to stop and then to continue on the path that you have chosen.

Judy Whatilivefor said...

Happy Anniversary! What an incredible accomplishment, that I think you will reap the benefits of for the rest of your life :)

Unknown said...

Congratulations! I quit smoking for 8 years and started back last stupid I know..sigh. I'm trying to quit again,using the ecigs. Be very proud of yourself, it is one of the hardest things to quit.

jennifer said...

happy no smokeaversary to you!

jennifer said...

happy no smokeaversary to you!

Charlotte (Life's a Charm!) said...

Good for you!
Be proud of yourself for all the years you have not smoked. I hope for more healthy, smoke-free years for you.

Anonymous said...!/lovmyck/status/72410882910597120

g'luck all

on FB as Kicking Snowflakes