You had a good day today you said. “Did you smoke?” I ask. “Is that all you care about?” You enquire. “No” I said. “But it’s a measure of your day that is important to me.” You came close but you didn’t. You had your coat and lighter and cigarettes and even breath fresheners ready to go but you didn’t smoke.
Actions speak louder then words. Another day under your belt. Day 91 since your confession about smoking and day 226 since you were forced to stop smoking.
I talked to Harold about the Stroke Club. The fund raising went well last weekend. The members were pleased to see you at the ‘Walk and Roll’. When I told you this, you said if they were impressed then they will get see more because you are not finished.
You want to make a difference in your life and in the lives of others. This is part of your ‘Pay it Forward’.
All evening Quinn and Tara have been working on their rooms, tiding them up so that you can walk in them and get to their beds easily. Quinn even rearranged the furniture so that you can get to his bed easier. He wants you to be able to lay in bed and read with him.