Been a while since I’ve posted to the AS3, figure it would be time. The following is mirrored on the best stop smoking support site / group I’ve found.
Been working on my writing stuff, wow, was that first draft of the serial series rough. Was happy that I finished it, but hollee… luckily I have some honest friends who critiqued and pointed out what should be glaringly obvious mistakes. Oh well, the serial series I have planned to write, will be in the cliffhanger style. Going to have sci-fi/fantasy/adventure feel to it. I’m not going to nail down a specific genre for fiction on it, as this series will be a good writing exercise tool for me. I have been looking for a small laptop, preferably used, something that I can write with, surf, maybe watch a few videos. I’d be able to get writing done in the evenings on a machine that will not be able to do video games, plus keep me busy while the kid is in her dance lessons.
Other than that, I’ve only had a few cravings, mainly because of the work related stress. I’ve had 3 different hats to wear in the last couple of weeks and my direct manager reports on my job title, “You really don’t have a job title.” Well at least I’m showing that I’m flexible as I’m running from Returns to Expediting to Shipping. Its been strange though, I’ve smelled a cigar, and it smells good, but I’ve smelled smokers that come back in from their cigars at work, and they reek… Just to clarify, yes I do like those coworkers.
Fall season coming up, and it seems that everything has started to break down all at once. Monitor at home computer dead, in for store credit, time to pick out a new LCD for aging eyes. Desperately need 4 new tires for the car before hallowe’en. New fridge as the current one is still making weird ass noises… yes, like the ass has a couple extra sphincters and has a muscle spasm those kind of weird ass noises. The blade thingy for the blender fell apart, can’t order from Canada, nearest cuisinart dealer is Vancouver. Television red gun is starting to act up, or the other 2 guns are dying out. Kid’s mp3 player is acting wonky as well. I won’t really start to worry unless the roof starts to leak or the floor starts to buckle… or the walls bleed.
But other than that, I’m still here,
I have been quit for 1 Year, 1 Month, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 6 hours, 41 minutes and 20 seconds (421 days).
I have saved $2,426.56 by not smoking 5,055 cigarettes.
I have saved 2 Weeks, 3 Days, 13 hours and 15 minutes of my life.
My Quit Date: 8/6/2007 9:20 AM