Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Heads Or Tails #101

The theme/prompt for this week is:

TAILS - "In Five Years"

This is TAILS so your post needs to be about you specifically. Tell how you think you or your life will be different in five years. Will it be better or worse? Why will it change? How will you do it? Anything is ok as long as it fits the theme. =)



In five years I want to be alive. That's why I'm working so hard to become a nonsmoker. I have the last half of the last cigarette from (hopefully) my last pack sitting nearby. I may get weak and buy another pack. If I do I won't kick myself for it. I know I'm not giving up this time.

In five years I hope to not be a renter anymore. I want to be in a place me & Mr. Skittles own. It matters not if it's a house or a mobile home. I don't want to worry about apartment managers saying we can't have our dog's water bowl on the patio. (This happened recently.) I want to be able to pick out our own light fixtures, paint, wallpaper. I want a yard big enough for a vegetable garden and grandkids. A big kitchen for me and a garage for Mr. Skittles.


I smoked that last half of the last cigarette from the last pack in between writing this.

8 comments:

MAGGIE AT COFFEESHOPMAFIA said...

Would a mobile home park have the same rules as a condo or apartment?

Good luck on everything! Good job trying. :)

anthonynorth said...

I look forward to hearing you made it in five years, when you're still blogging.

Grace said...

So now we have to give up driving car and writing to stop the cig craving... huh? Nah... Good thoughts for 5 yrs from now.

Sara said...

Get going on buying a house! That $8000 tax credit is still going on! I wish I was eligible for it.

Tumblewords: said...

Continued good luck in the no-smoking arena. I have utmost faith in you. And good luck with the house hunting - And just plain danged good luck - hope we're still blogging right here five from now!

chicamom85 said...

Good luck on quitting, I finally quit for good 1-1/2 years ago. I know how hard it is. I hope all your dreams come true.

Anne

Valley Teacher LA said...

You can do it. Think how nice your new home will be smoke free! A great combo.

Tammy said...

Congrats on doing so well quitting smoking. I wish I had the will power you do!