Did you have any trouble quitting (assuming you don't smoke of course).
So far you've gotten some good answers. I started when I was 16 (I'm 56 now) and tried all the gimmicks, had my family (non-smokers) on my back all the time, etc. I finally just got sick of it. At least for me, the saying about you have to be "ready" and really want to quit, works. I should say I didn't do it by myself. I used Chantix, and had a very supportive family. Like both George and Anonymous said, though, it's easier to quit than to "keep quit." I've been quit since 10/28/10 (about 8 months) and it was easier for the first several months - these last few months, I've been tempted. But, I go back to things my ex-smoker friends told me - 1) if I could not smoke yesterday, I can not smoke today, and 2) I'd hate to have to go through the quitting process again! If you want to, you will. If you're not ready, it doesn't mean you're a bad person, it just means you're not ready. Good luck with quitting, hon - you'll make it :-)
Edit: PS: I hope this isn't inappropriate, but you're really gorgeous. Remember that smoking gives you all those little "pucker lines" around your mouth!