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juneshone

the most stressful job I am able to do is to put my hair in a pony tail! As well as smoking I ran a pub for fifteen years and so got everybody elses smoke. My son says that just walking from one side of the barroom to the other would make his eyes sting when he was young. so glad all that is banned now

classof54gal

Jan, I'm in pretty good shape, all things considered! As my husband (an old and very good poker player) would have said, "You have to play the hand you're dealt." I just get somewhat short of breath under certain conditions and can't run very far, especially when it's hot and humid. I did finally quit and just had a nuclear stress test and an echocardiogram...passed both. I wish your husband the best!!! Quitting was the hardest thing I ever did...ten years ago last week. Carole

JiggyBelle

I am so very sorry, Carole and June.
My smoking was only 1/2 pack a day for about 3 years......for all the wrong reasons. However, my husband's 40 year habit ended 6 1/2 weeks ago. So, I am really keeping my fingers crossed......amazingly he has no lung problems. Thanks for both your stories.
Your message is so important!!

classof54gal

juneshone, I smoked for at least 50 years and now use a nebulizer three times a day and take a multitude of meds! My husband died in 2008 of lung cancer; he started smoking when he was 13. I liked smoking, it did seem sophisticated...after all everyone was doing it...even movie stars!!! I'm just sad that there are still kids who think it's cool. Thanks for commenting. Maybe by telling what happened to us, we can make just one person reconsider and quit now. Carole

juneshone

it was smoking for me, put me in a wheelchair on oxygen, seemed so sophisticated at the time

classof54gal

Younger people probably won't believe these ads are real! Smoking was acceptable...about 75% of the population indulged in it Every generation has it's "acceptable addiction." Today...it's probably wine.

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