Ryan was in the hospital) have I been more relieved to be liberated from my addiction to cigarettes, my compulsive smoking habit.
Thanks heavens that monkey is off my back, that I am out of the mouth of the beast, as I like to say. Thanks heavens I quit. Thank heavens, thank heavens, thank heavens.
Thank heavens my clothes and hair no longer carry that lingering disagreeable scent.
Thank heavens I found more positive ways to relax, calm, or treat myself.
Thank heavens I have more disposable income to play with.
Thank heavens my tastebuds and sense of smell have come alive again.
Thank heavens I no longer have that nagging little smokers hack.
Thanks heavens I can hike mountain peaks and cycle hard for miles with ease.
Thank heavens I've reduced the related negative health risks.
Thank heavens I am able to do things I never thought possible.
|Photos from various cemeteries in Helena, MT. 11/10/2018|