Yep, same here, though more like 2-3x/week for me. Quit cigs after 30 years in '09, switched to occasional pipe or cigar a year later, never looked back and my lungs are *much* happier for it. I do notice, though, that I have zero tolerance for a smoke-filled room, so never smoke indoors, and would rather not be around other indoor smokers either.
Problem is, what's going to drive the witch hunt against tobacco is increasingly going to come from the Tyranny of Capital, as represented by health insurance providers and organizations who use them to underwrite employer-provided insurance: with ACA, insurance providers can't charge more than a 50% surcharge for smokers, but have no interest in distinguishing between a 2 pack a day cigarette smoker heading fast toward a future of emphysema and oxygen supplementation (or worse) and an occasional user of older forms of tobacco usage which have demonstrably lower health risk profiles. Want to enjoy tobacco in any form? Then pay for your own health care out of pocket; you're not wanted in any insurance risk pool.