As a longtime smoker, my son and I have been smoking cigarettes ever since I was a teenager.
When I was younger, we were never as strict about it as we are now, but we still smoked a little bit.
When we started smoking again, we tried to cut down on it, but the nicotine we got from it kept getting into our system, and it took us out of a good mood and pushed us into an addiction.
The first time I tried to quit, it was difficult.
We tried to kick the habit, but it never really worked out.
I knew that quitting was the right thing to do, but that wasn’t something I could do on my own.
My mother and sister were working two jobs and my father was working as a carpenter.
The two of us were always talking about quitting cigarettes.
My brother-in-law, who works at the construction site where we live, would come home from work and ask, “Mom, can you quit smoking cigarettes?”
My mom would answer, “No, Dad, I can’t quit smoking.”
I would tell him, “Dad, it’s hard, I don’t want to quit,” and he would say, “But Dad, it is.
It’s not going to stop.”
My brother would then say, I know you love smoking, but there are other things that you can do.
I would then tell him to find a new way to smoke, but I knew I couldn’t stop.
I still have a little pipe I had when I was young, and I would try it out on the weekends.
Sometimes, I would smoke a couple of cigarettes, but at the same time, I also would go to a bar, a restaurant, or a restaurant or a club to smoke.
I had a few cigarettes at home, but my smoking habit was pretty bad.
I started to notice that my body was starting to get a little sick.
The problem was that when I started smoking more, I started getting more and more sick, and my heart started to start to beat really fast, and the more I smoked, the worse my heart got.
I began to have chest pains and breathing problems.
I noticed that I was feeling really sick and tired, and that I could not sleep, I couldn.
I tried going to the doctor but they were not able to find anything wrong with me, and when they told me, “We have to close your heart,” I couldn, too.
I went to the hospital, and they said, “I think you’re having a heart attack.”
I was in the emergency room, and a nurse said, I have to be careful with your lungs, because there is a buildup of carbon monoxide in your lungs.
I was lying on the bed, and she started checking out my lungs and everything.
I said, Mom, I need help.
And she said, Dad I’m so sorry.
I just want you to know, your lungs are getting really dirty.
I have this really bad chest pain.
My heart is really bad, and all of a sudden, I was having trouble breathing.
I’m sweating, and there was a lot of blood in my eyes, and everything started to hurt.
I remember feeling the doctor’s hands on my chest, and he said, you’re going to have to get an oxygen machine.
I told him, I’ve never had a heart problem before.
I could see how serious my heart was.
And then the doctor came in and said, OK, well you need to put on an oxygen mask.
I asked, “Are you sure you want to do that?” and he was like, “Absolutely not.”
He put on my mask, and his hands were really warm and his hand was like a big rubber band, and then he took my hand and he took a cotton ball, and put it in my mouth.
Then he started rubbing it all over my face.
And I was just shaking.
I felt this really warm, strong pressure on my throat.
He started saying, “This is your mask.”
I said no, it hurts my throat a lot.
He said, this is a test to see if you’re breathing properly.
I turned around and said “No.”
He said “Okay, OK,” and then I just lay there and I started breathing again.
My chest pain was gone.
I got a CT scan, and just before I got the scan, I told my mother, “There is something wrong with my heart.
It looks like there is something really wrong with your heart.”
She was shocked.
I know my heart can’t work normally, and we all know that if you have an enlarged heart, the blood vessels in your heart can swell and you can’t do anything about it.
But this time, my heart just didn’t work.
And the next day, I came back to the office.
I found out that my heart wasn’t responding to my oxygen and blood