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Hi & Thanks to friends from TLOS
Midlife87339 posted:
I owe a huge debt of gratitude to members of this board, citizens of the Land of Smokeless (TLOS) who helped me stay quit, particularly in the first year of my quit, 2006. Mine was a cold turkey quit. I absolutely never would have done it on my own--no question about it. You know who you are.

Tonight I'd like to invite all those old friends from TLOS, as well as all more recent quitters and those who are still trying to quit (yes, you can do it!), to the old virtual hangout just outside town where our quitaversaries are celebrated with great hoopla, Nelson's Barn, for my Lucky 7 party. I've queued up some favorite dance tunes. Please feel to bring snacks.

- Mary the Cat Lady (MTCL)

Seven years, 2 minutes and 12 seconds. 38355 cigarettes not smoked, saving $9,109.32. Life saved: 19 weeks, 4 hours, 15 minutes.

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