Daffy's Stitchy Friends

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Sweet cheerleader

A BIG thank you to Lindsay for this little Mouseloft kit. Lindsay has been such a cheerleader for me in my quitting smoking campaign. This celebrates my four-month anniversary tomorrow. Go me!

Thank you, sweet Lindsay...you are a dear!

16 comments:

Pumpkin said...

That is SO AWESOME Sharon!!!! Good for you and that definitely deserves some treats :o)

ArchangelDecker said...

Congrats on the anniversary! I know how hard it is, trust me! :)

Suzanne said...

You go Sharon! I lost my mom to lung cancer, and I am always ready to cheer on anyone who is willing to quit smoking!

Suzanne

Lotta said...

Congratulations on your four month anniversery as smoking free. I´ve been free for about 6 years now. It´s not easy but one can do it so keep on fighting. :-)

Karen said...

congratulations on 4 months of not smoking thats fantastic

BW said...

Conga-rats on the four month anniversary!

Annie said...

That's fantastic. I know it must be hard to give up the habit. You deserve the stitchy toy reward!

Becky K in OK said...

Congrats on your four month anniversary. Have you noticed feeling better since you've quit?

Angela said...

Congrats Sharon on being smoke free for 4 months. I have been officially smoke free for 18 years and I will never go back to it.

Melanie said...

YAY, Sharon, for quitting smoking! That is wonderful for yourself and your family/friends. You go, girl!

Rachel S said...

Congratulations on getting to 4 months. Yay!

Lindsay said...

I'm so glad it arrived safely, you can cross it off your wish list now :)

Cindy F. said...

I am sooo happy for you! I've been trying off and on for years to quit! Happy 4 month anniversary! and here's to being smoke-free for the rest of your life! I'm proud of you:)

Cindy F. said...

Oh, I forgot something that is also important.
Donna @ http://stitchingforacure.blogspot.com/ is asking for our help stitching cancer awareness ornaments for 2009. I hope you'll check out her blog.
Thx!

Quirky said...

Congratulations, Sharon, on giving up! I stopped about four years ago and feel so much better for it. It is hard to do...but really is worth it. Just think....the money you used to spend on ciggies can go towards your crafts now. ;)

Julie said...

Well done you!!!!