The Last Furlong

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My last cigarette

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The Furlong house is being tidied bottom up. Oh what an awful job. Making decisions about whether to throw away a tiny screw, or a half finished roll of sticky tape from 20 years ago, is exhausting.

I have discovered old gifts, brand new, that Mr Furlong and I will never use which seems ungrateful to the givers and the filing hasn’t been done since 2011. Shame on me!

Today, I just sorted things.

But one discovery delighted me!

When I smoked, I carried with me my own little ashtray. I found it today. When Mr Furlong opened it, inside was a stub! How fun. I haven’t smoked since 2011.

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Author: thelastfurlong

I'm someone also pounding the Path, just like you.. I'm retired, going into Old Age and loving my life. I'm hoping to remain happy and well for as long as possible. Old Age is not SO bad - yet!

2 thoughts on “My last cigarette

  1. DON’T DO IT. I am still regretting things I disposed of thirty years ago. A lovely old settee that looked as though it came from a railway carriage, and would have well outlasted me. Not to mention the many small things that over the years I could have found a use for.

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