Cold and Cruel

I found out my favorite great-aunt (OK, so she’s my only living great aunt, but if I had twenty of them, she’d still be my fave) was diagnosed with lung cancer.  Ugh.

cold-turkey

So, tomorrow, I’m going cold turkey.  I’m not sure I will make it.  And I am certainly sure I will not update on it.   We’ll see what happens.  I just cannot afford the stupid gum.  I think ciggarette companies must be the sellers of the gum. It’s that expensive.  I must now also find alternate means of looking super cool.

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5 Responses to Cold and Cruel

  1. Guise says:

    As I said to Amy, I’ll say to you, I wish you the best of luck and the strongest of wills while going through the quit.

    As for looking super cool, that’s what Kool-aid hair dye is for!

  2. Amy says:

    Oh, good luck girl. It is not the funnest thing ever. And when you cheat and smoke because you JUST CANT TAKE IT ANYMORE, it’s okay.

    You should bet someone $2000 that you can quit smoking and then win and go on, oh, some sort of road trip maybe.

  3. Erik says:

    Strength, Determination, Merciless, Forever! You have to hate them, Krissy, hate them with everything you have. Think of how they’ve swindled you all these years, sucking you in with marketing, enslaving you with addiction, to steal your money and your health. Think of the road trips you’ve wasted on cancer sticks! Think of your son, driving home drunk 100 mph hoping that he might die as well, as you lay dying a horrible death from lung cancer. HATE THEM! All power to you, and never doubt yourself.

  4. DJ D says:

    I’m rooting for you, man! So sorry to hear about your great-aunt. My favorite great-aunt died of that very thing. It’s one of the reasons why I’ve never smoked, and don’t plan to.

    But you’re right about that looking cool thing. It’s not PC to say it out loud, but it’s still true. But trust me, you’re plenty cool all by yourself without the aid of a cancer-stick.

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