Tuesday, February 21, 2006

we'll see

Regarding the list below and the "things I cannot do":

It irritated me to write that out, things I can't do. So it's been 36 hours that I've gone without a cigarette. I realize to you nonsmokers, this doesn't sound like a long time. It is. I don't know if it will last, but I'll keep you posted.

Keanu better hope I'm not successful though. Cause if I accomplish this, I'm coming after him next.

I don't care how much the fucker protests. I know kung-fu.


Myfanwy Collins said...

As an ex-smoker, I salute you! You can do this, Susan. I know you can and then you'll be a quitter like I am!!

Ellen said...

Woo-hoo! As a former smoker I know too well how freaking hard this is.

Good luck, friend! I know you can do it!!!

Keanu ... watch out!

SusanD said...

Ellen, Myfanwy, Thanks!

I've tried before, and failed. But I might as well try again.

Any tricks, tips you wanna give me?

Lisa Renee Jones said...

This is such a good goal. The MAN part lol....Good choice!!!! Take him down. Can I visit and drool though?

Myfanwy Collins said...

Susan, as far as tips and tricks, the best thing for me was to start exercising as soon as I quit--walking and then running or whatever. Just something physical that gets your heart rate up and helps you to purge the toxins. Also, you may find the endorphins give you a similar feeling to nicotine (at least for me).

One SICK thing I noticed is that I started to LOVE cleaning with ammonia. Could get enough of breathing in the fumes. Know why? Because there's ammonia mixed in with the tobacco in your ciggies that's why. yech.

Oh, also you might try putting the movie The Informer on a continuous loop and allow yourself to get good and pissed off at Big Tobacco.