Once again a vet visit less stress but more work. Boba has an ear infection, his testicles are stuck in his groin and he has a really small umbilical hernia. We have to save $700 to get him fixed and to get the hernia fixed at the same time. The vet is so amused about how flexible his back legs are she keeps saying he needs to compete in the olympics. Other news I Just quit smoking and this is the most difficult thing I have ever had to do. I am constantly going out for jogs to release my frustration but it is only a temporary balm as soon as I get home my stress level and cravings skyrocket. Ever since I quit I feel nauseous and have even less of an appetite I was told it would be the opposite. But I am doing this to benefit me my dogs my friends and family. My fear now is not gaining weight but losing too much. The good news is my dogs are getting LOTS of exercise from this. I'm going to kick this and be able to run a marathon. 

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Comment by Linda on November 18, 2013 at 7:44pm

You have lots of support and Atta Girl from me!  I know how hard it is. The physical goes away quickly, it's the mind that is hard to re-train but you can do it.  But just think how fast you will save up that $700.  I don't know the price of them where you live but here in my neck of NY they are close to $9 a pack.

Comment by John Wolff on November 18, 2013 at 6:29pm

Courage and support!  Do not be discouraged by backsliding.  You're in it for the long haul.

Quitting cigarettes was the hardest thing I've ever done, too -- it helped to have a teenaged sweetheart who told me, "I'm tired of kissing an ashtray -- quit smoking or look for a new girlfriend."  Concentrated my attention wonderfully.  I've often wished I could get in touch with her to thank her for possibly saving my life.

You can trade it for the unbreakable addiction of corgi + tennis ball.

Comment by Yuki & Ellie on November 18, 2013 at 11:05am

I wish you all the luck and support you need for quitting your habit!  I've watched several family members struggle with quitting (and a couple who were successful) and the symptoms do pass with time.  Sometimes it takes longer, sometimes it's quick, but just keep focused on your goal and don't give up!

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