Joined 10 years ago from Canada
Where has the time gone.
Been here 6 years. Yes I skipped a few years but never really left. This place has always been in the back of my mind.
Well I am slowly starting back. I am getting to know Hubpages again and once again want to do a lot of writing.
I was gone for personal reasons and you will find out some of those reasons in some of my future hubs.
I look forward to getting to know new people and reaquaint with old friends. I look forward to writing great hubs, answering and asking questions and participating in forum discussions.
I know I have a lot to learn again with so many changes. But I plan on fixing a lot of my old hubs and writing some very great and intense new ones.
Cheers for now my friends!!!
5 years ago
I had no clue my breath was so bad as a smoker. When my wife told me that I no longer had bad breath it just felt like I took another step forward. We really have no clue how much negatives come out of being a smoker.
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