Charlie Sheen, who portrayed Charlie Harper in Two and a Half Men sitcom, celebrates 1-year anniversary of giving up smoking.
The 54-year-old actor jumped to Twitter and congratulated himself by penning an inspirational open letter to his lungs. He began his words with the following words. He wrote:
“Dear my lungs. t was one year ago TODAY, that I quit smoking! hashtag – YOU’RE WELCOME!”
He also has entourage his followers for quitting smoking. He added:
“If I could go back in time and have NEVER STARTED, I would absolutely do so! If you are on the fence about quitting, trust me; the sooner the better.”
Sheen also celebrated the Fourth of July which Indepance Day and finished his letter with these following words:
Charlie Sheen previously celebrated his sobriety in 2018 and had stated on Twitter:
“So, THIS happened yesterday! a fabulous moment, in my renewed journey.”
As a result of that Sheen’s lungs and liver are getting better day by day. It was received with great respect by the public that he preferred a completely healthy life after using excessive alcohol and smoking for a long time.
Peep his Twitter post below.
dear @my lungs,
one year ago TODAY,
that i quit smoking !
YOU'RE WELCOME !
if i could go
back in time and
have NEVER STARTED,
i would absolutely do so !
if you are
on the fence about quitting, trust me;
the sooner the better !
happy 4th !
— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) July 4, 2020