1. When would a Dr tell you to smoke?
2. When did it become OK to smoke if you were only taking a few drags and then snubbing it out a few times a day?
The mother walked back in and said, "Now I feel better". Which saddened me further. I get it, I know it's a personal choice. I was a smoker and most of the men in my family smoke. Nothing I'm not familiar with. Just struck a chord.
Oh the the icing on the story, the woman who was smoking had just had a heart attack and because no one was around DROVE HERSELF TO THE HOSPITAL! Ahhhhh!!
THEN to make matters 'worse' they began down a road of discussing who was 'sicker' or had more ailments. Who was on more medications and who was visiting whom in the hospital. One lady then grabbed her phone and called the hospital to find out if her friend was still there as she wanted to visit.
Listening to all this made me very aware how I want to be the exact opposite of this. I DO NOT want to be sitting in a restaurant discussing how many meds I'm on...etc..etc...I don't want my kids caring for me, wiping my ass, visiting me in the hospital/nursing home. It just reinforces why I train so hard. So, at least I can say I tried my damnedest to stay well!