Can you do stairs?
It is official, I am old! Who me? I was offended but the truth is my doing stairs was in question. This question was asked at the hospital yesterday. The tipping point for my quit was the physical. I was unable to walk back up the hill from my garden. Out of breath, heart pumping, are you kidding me, terrible feeling. The conflict lived with me for years and the list of reasons to quit had gotten long. Now it was personal. They say an addict has to hit rock bottom and they hit the point that it is personnel. My co-worker who quit said it was easy. Kidney cancer made it clear. I like having the ability to do stairs. That means a lot to me. Tobacco tried to take that from me. No.