Monday, June 22, 2009

30 days....

It's official... I've managed to go a whole month without smoking. Yeah me! As a reward, I have decided to purchase a copy of EQ6 for myself.....

On the quilting front, I've finished my 'wannabee yellow brick road' quilt, I just need to add the borders. It was too dark and rainy this weekend to take a picture. Still not sure if I like it, we'll see once it's quilted.

14 comments:

Gina said...

Congratulations on going this long without a cigarette.
You'll love EQ. I've got a copy and I wouldn't be without it now. be careful though as playing with it can become addictive.

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Michele said...

Yay! Hooray! I'm doing the Wubbzy Shuffle for you! (OK, you may have to have a 4-year old to get that reference, but it's a victory dance!)

BitnByAQuiltingBug said...

Congrats! Way to go! You Rock! I'm at 22 days...it's still very hard. Are you still doing the Chanix? I'm very proud of you and I hope I can stick with it, too!

Rosaline said...

What am I doing wrong? I tried to do a search on your blog for a photo of "yellow brick road" and couldn't fine one. Have you posted a photo or am I overlooking something? I would love to see this design and your version of it.

featheredfibers said...

Good for you! Congrats!

EQ6 will be fun for you. I have EQ5 and want to upgrade.

Moneik said...

Congrats! I'm so proud of you. Keep it up! I can see a new 6600 in your future.

Nanci said...

Good for you. Smoking is so hard. My sweetie quit 4 years ago and is now smoking 4 or 5 per day.
I keep saying that it was so hard to quit, imagine if you must go through it again.
Imagine the money saved for fabric!

Jennifer said...

Congratulations on going for so long! EQ6 is great fun, yet another reason to spend more time at the computer instead of sewing.

piecesofpatti said...

Congrats! Keep it up! I know it is hard. I am standing by with one i and trying to encourage her to stick with it! It's not an easy thing to do. Good job and keep it up my friend!

Betweens said...

Whoo Hoooo.. good going one habit is enough and you picked the best habit to support.. quilting. Keep it up it is well worth it.. speaking from 15year experience..

jillquilts said...

Congrats to you!! I'm sure it was rough, but you did great!! Keep up the good work!

Jen said...

Way to go Trish!! I'm so proud of you!

Piwacket said...

Congratulations!!!!

Quilter said...

Way to go Trish!!! 30 days is an amazing accomplishment, they say it takes 21 days to form a new habit, I'd say ur well on ur way! So proud!
I'm still on the 'yup I need to quit this' stage...have cut down tremendously and never in the house, so winters are easier, too cold to bother lol still i do bother tho =( blah, its the one thing in my life I cant seem to overcome, so reading that uve managed it is very inspiring!

thanks for the mention about the GPS, my Mum suggested that too but I thought they were a lot more expensive than that, def something for me to check out since I am always getting lost. thanks!

Keep up the great work, think of all the money ur saving and how happy ur body is, really its the very best thing u can do for ur health.

I have EQ5 and do like it but confess I have not spent near enough time with it. One of these days...u know how that goes lol
Hugs and high fives!