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new addiction

  1. MichaelHoleman profile image59
    MichaelHolemanposted 9 years ago

    I am glad I found Hubpages as I am addictive by nature. Writing never came natural to me but as I am trying to quit smoking I need something else to do with my hands. When I look back at my first writings (during my first phase of quitting cigarettes) I notice that they are dry, long and seriously serious to the point of almost boring. I say almost because after all I did write them I don’t want to say they are totally boring. Thank to Hubpages not only did I find an outlet but I was able to see myself as others had seen me during my first week and by the third week I have learned to lighten up a tad. Since I was not aware of my actions then I can look back and honestly say Boy do I feel sorry for my coworkers and thank god that they like me and understand what I am trying to do. However I work for TSA as an airport screener and I do not know if the passengers thought.

    Thanks Hubpages for giving me a new addiction.


    1. jimmythejock profile image83
      jimmythejockposted 9 years ago in reply to this

      i feel the same way about hubpages Michael, it has become a second home to me ,good luck with your writing ,i hope you make a little money in the process.....jimmy

  2. Paul Edmondson profile image
    Paul Edmondsonposted 9 years ago

    Hi Michael, Glad you found HubPages, and best of luck quitting smoking.

  3. darkside profile image81
    darksideposted 9 years ago

    Welcome Michael.

    Goodbye to your old addiction and good luck with the new one!