All day yesterday and so far this morning, I have been fighting an internal conflict. Today is day 14 for me, but if I hadn't counted the slip it would be day 27. I was asked to deliver something to another building in work and my 'boss boss' joking said 'no smoking on the way' (I haven't made it public knowledge and am waiting to see how long it takes people to notice, so far only 2 people have lol) and my natural response was to tell him I hadn't smoked in nearly 4 weeks.
My thing is this, when I put myself back to day 1 I thought it was the best thing to do. I thought it would save any arguments on the site. Now I'm wondering if I did this without thinking? Was it a reaction to punish myself? Does it matter in the grand scheme of things?
I no longer get any real cravings, just moments of thought but again I can easily push them to the side. I refuse, as always, to be cocky or complacent although, more and more, I think of myself as a non smoker and it feels great!!!
Wishing everyone a lovely, smoke free day.