Musings from the Vaping Short Bus – Part 2

This is a guest post written by Joyce B., an emergency management professional who has been enjoying Vapor4Life products for just over a year.

Aurora

Let me say I generally despise proprietary anything.  That is why I own iNothing.  In spite of that, and in spite of the horrendous directions, I fell in love with this e-cig as soon as I saw it.  I was easily able to figure out how to assemble it, how to fill the tank, and get it working straight out of the box.  From the reed instrument-like design to the lack of an end “ash”, I found this unit to be sleek and sexy.  It is designed for stealth.

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Musings From the Vaping Short Bus – Part 1

This is a guest post written by Joyce B., an emergency management professional who has been enjoying Vapor4Life products for just over a year.

No Techspeak Here

There are a couple of things you need to know about me. First, I don’t do

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technical reviews because I don’t have that skill. I don’t know an amp from a mah or an ohm. People in the know tell me what they are and what they do, and go on about resistance and load and I nod and smile, my mind wandering. Actually, it’s not quite that bad, but I just have difficulty retaining what I have learned past the actual conversation at hand. Fortunately, I have knowledgeable friends that are very tolerant of my mental block. I have great respect for those with that talent, and am everlastingly grateful to them for their help. Continue reading

Tales of a Closet Vaper

This is a guest post written by Joyce B., an emergency management professional who has been enjoying Vapor4Life products for just over a year.

I was always a closet smoker. I never smoked in front of my parents, my children, or most of my family. Some think that’s silly and I have to admit, I do too. Since I’ve been vaping, I’ve been more acutely aware of how much cigarette smoke leaves behind, long after the smoker is finished. However, I was always one to carefully air out, and I have had nonsmoking friends tell me that they have never smelled cigarette smoke on me. Nonetheless, I’m sure the telltale remnants were there. It was just not a topic I wanted up for debate, hence, the concealment.

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A Letter to Santa

This is a guest post written by Joyce B., an emergency management professional who has been enjoying Vapor4Life products for just over a year.

*Note: Wader is V4L’s Inventory Manager

Dear Santa Wader,

It’s been a long time since you’ve heard from me. I’m afraid that you may have gotten the wrong impression from my last letter. A lot of people say you are not the real Santa, but they are wrong. During the rest of the year, you may be mild-mannered Wader, but during the holiday season, you become Santa Wader. You have control of resources and production of all of our favorite toys in the greatest of workshops. I believe.

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Traveling Momma Joyce

This is a guest post written by Joyce B., an emergency management professional who has been enjoying Vapor4Life products for just over a year.

Hi, V4L readers! This is Joyce, also known as, um, Joyce on the ECF (Electronic Cigarette Forum). Little did I know, I would also be nicknamed “Momma Joyce” by some of the great folks in the Vapor4Life sub forum.

How It Began

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