well as a former asthmatic I had many encounters with smokers started with family I have old photos to prove the smoke was there ..LOl One time when I was working in a bank we were required to stand ouside in a certain area to get a signal from the bank it was safe to enter . well one of my coworkes started to smoke I left the area so I could breathe she followed me I had to tell her I was avoiding her smoke while trying hard to breathe I think tobacco products should be banned altogether because those of us that have trouble breathing to start with have no breath to explain to smokers by the time you explain you are allready damaged out sick for a week or more Hugs Judy:)View Thread
Best candy ever has to be anything chocolate but if I have to choose 1 it would be Godiva truffles or dark chocolate covered strawberries.. if it has to be regular candy it is a toss up between peanut M&Ms or reeses peanut butter cups .. I think I gained a pound just thinking about this LOL Hugs Judy:)View Thread
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