Posts Tagged ‘smoking’

Today, Tomorrow and The Next Day

Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Today: It’s been 41 days since Jared and I quit smoking with the help of Chantix.  I had to give up the “little blue magic pills”, as Jared calls them, after about a week of not smoking because I couldn’t sleep.  When I found myself fantasizing about the next time I’d be able to close […]


It’s this or cigarettes. Or, possibly, shaking my child.

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

I’m sitting down to write a blog post for the first time in ten days because the alternative is to have a cigarette. And the only thing I want more than a cigarette right now is to not have a cigarette. Yes.  Again.  I’m quitting again.  We – Jared and I – are quitting. Again. […]


No Title In The World Will Make This Less Mundane

Monday, March 30th, 2009

I spent most of January and February trying to improve my health.  I committed to walking or exercising every day, I started using the Wii.  By the end of February, I’d established a pretty regular routine of good diet and regular activity. I spent most of March figuring out just how long it would take […]


Nicotine Killed the Blogger

Friday, September 5th, 2008

Or rather, the lack of nicotine seems to be killing the blogger. Specifically, this blogger. It’s been 19 days since my last cigarette and roughly at least that long since I’ve sat down to write. Really… write. My routine before was to take my laptop out on my back patio and plug it into the […]


Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

Hey everybody! Britt was too (tired/lazy/naked/multi-colored) to post today, so she asked me to fill in. I’ve decided that this is the perfect time to write Britt a little letter: Dear Britt, Today is one week and one day since you quit smoking. And I’ve stood idly by and kept quiet. I’ve thought about it […]