When I was a kid, like eight or nine years old, I started having breathing problems usually out-door athletic activities like track and field.  I was told I was asthmatic, and given an inhaler.  It only lasted a few months, though, and I’ve never had any sort of asthma like symptoms since then.  Now, over the last week or so, I’ve started having breathing problems that feel a lot like what I remember the asthma attacks to feel like.  Usually after a night of relatively heavy smoking of the cigarettes.

So, guess it’s time to stop smoking again.  It’s too bad, because I do love smoking, though I can’t smoke inside where I live and I have been wasting a lot of time putting on the coat, hat, et cetera to go sit out on the porch, plus it is butt cold in Boston these days.

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Discussion (2)¬

  1. adam says:

    we can do it together even.

  2. blake says:

    Are you canceling your health insurance too?


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