Good Morning!!

Hello all! I FINALLY slept through the night with only one interruption! This quitting smoking thing is hard work! Anyway, I've decided that I'll switch the countdown to day instead of hours. I think I'm at a good point with it. My husband, however, still has not quit. He only smoked 2 cigs yesterday but, as all of you ex-smokers know, one puff is too much! I hope he can do it. I'm getting worried.

Also, 11 days and 11 hours to American Idol!! We shall see if I get to involved this year as well. I still haven't decided if I'm going to blog about it or not. Since I've decided that Avon is only going to take up my time on Saturdays, I may have the time. Who knows!

Training went well yesterday. I learned all I wanted to about the blue print machine and more. I have a number of projects that I have in mind for it! I think Tonya is worried that she won't be needed anymore. All I know is that if she isn't here, we can help customers with out a problem. The training guy, Thomas, was really nice and I think we all got along very well. I did see Tonya roll her eyes a few times but I think that was at our questions not at the instructor. BTW, all of our questions were good ones. I can't wait until someone come in for blue prints.

Well, I'll write more later!!

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Thanks for stopping my site.

Avon Lady? I'm intrigued. Also, I nearly squeeled when I say "Winchester" in your profile as I have recently developed (what is I'm sure) an unhealthy attachment to "Supernatural".

Have a great weekend.

Ooh, the smoking quitting. I wish you the best of luck and as easy a transition as possible...I've never smoked, myself, but I know lots of folk who do, or did, and hope for the best for all of you. :)

Hello from Michele's!

Michele didn't send me, but I saw your comment over there - so I guess she did indirectly.

I just want to congratulate you on kicking the habit! i quit a little more than nine months ago. Man that was hard! It was my fifth attempt over a period of about a year and a half. i feel like I've finally got it, but I still think about smoking occasionally.

I know one thing for sure, and you said it as well: One drag is too much - I'm done for. I do not want to do it again and I'll be damned if I'm going to give up the time! Good luck and stick with it - you don't have to be a slave to those evil things ever again!