I did it again. I quit. I quit quitting smoking. So I guess that makes me a quitter.
Life Lesson # 5,256 : It is very hard to quit something that you don't want to quit.
It seems that I had forgotten life lesson # 5,256. And after reading Joe's story , the temptation to smoke was just too overwhelming. Oh and by the way , upon further research I discovered that Joe is actually Josephine. As I took Ruby for her walk this evening , I noticed that Joe ( For short ) was still diligently guarding her web. It seems that this fascinating little garden spider has more control than I do !
Besides it was killing me. I know your probably saying " No, smoking is killing you!".
And right you would be but that's not what I mean. You see every time I started to crave a smoke , I would get up and start cleaning. Or I'd pick up my needle and thread and start crocheting. So much so that I am paying dearly for it these past two days. Arthritis you know. I quickly remembered how difficult it is for me to sit still , let alone sit still going through nicotine withdrawals.
So here we are my friends. At least you don't have to worry about second hand smoke! And I am NOT disappointed in myself. I know that I can do it if I want to. And therein lies the rub. If I want to.
I truly love all of you my Blogger friends. You all gave just the right amount of support with no lectures. But I suppose we all have habits that we would rather not have. Bad habits aside , we are what we are. And I am extremely crazy about all of you.