Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Here we go again

Yesterday I went to the Surgery (getting a bit regular isn't it?) to do my 'Welcome Health Check' with Janet - the Surgery nurse. It was Big J who washed out my lugholes a couple of weeks ago - so me and Big J are like that X.

Anyway I told her about my struggles with the in-vain attempts to quit smoking - and she's put me on a programme........I've got a binder and everything.


I admit to feeling very ashamed when I told her about how many times I have tried and failed to quit, and the silly lengths I have gone to to 'hide' my ridiculous addiction from Posselq (who is showing admirable patience and - apparently knows all my secret stash hiding places!...regularly removes my baccy, and there was me thinking I was losing the plot because I can never find anything to smoke!!!!...."I'm sure I left it there yesterday?????" ).

According to Big J I have nothing to feel bad about - as most people who want to quit try and fail at least half a dozen times before finally succeeding.

Last night I lit the fire in the living room - went and got all my tobacco stashes and burnt them. the chimney now has a cough;)

So......here we go again........

4 comments:

  1. Of course when I stopped smoking I just decided to stop and did so using willpower. No patches or anything.

    It just goes to show that men are mentally as well as physically stronger than women. :-)

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  2. Of course when I stopped smoking I just decided to stop and did so using willpower. No patches or anything.

    It just goes to show that men are mentally as well as physically stronger than women. :-)

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  3. Happy for you love. It's dangerous making comments like that on day one of no nicotine. Good job you're over a hundred miles away :)

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  4. Happy for you love. It's dangerous making comments like that on day one of no nicotine. Good job you're over a hundred miles away :)

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