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Do Tell: What's Your Proudest Accomplishment?

Do Tell: What's Your Proudest Accomplishment?

It's officially back-to-school time. So tell me — what accomplishment do you think you deserve an A+ for?

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mira1988 mira1988 6 years
Raising my cousin. And Im only twenty one and Im proud to say she is on honors in her second year of high school and just got her temps!!!!!
gamestomper-6 gamestomper-6 6 years
my accomplishment is raising 5 beautiful children, ages: 41, 32, 30, 27, & 23.
gamestomper-6 gamestomper-6 6 years
my accomplishment is raising 5 beautiful children, ages: 41, 32, 30, 27, & 23.
Yogaforlife Yogaforlife 6 years
1. Surviving a mentally abusive childhood where my parents told me constantly how my brother and I were the root of all their problems and how they never wished they had children. Not to mention they tried to raise me to so that I'd be married and pregnant at 16 like my mom, and told me that I belonged at home cleaning all day, women don't need an education or a job. 2. Completing highschool even when my parents tried to force me to work to the point where I would drop out (I worked full time in highschool). They didn't believe in women needing a high school education (my mom never completed 9th grade). I was only the second female to finish highschool in my family. 3. Going to college, paying for it on my own, with no support from my parents. (They tried to make it so I couldn't go and threatened to kick me out of the family. I was the first person to ever go to college in my family. 4. Going to grad school on a full ride. 5. Having the courage to walk away from my parents - no longer a part of my life. 6. Making more in my first year out of college than my parents have ever earned in a year. Spiteful and revengeful yes - but after every roadblock they set in my way - it's proof in my mind that I overcame them.
hiptobesquare hiptobesquare 6 years
that my family says i remind them of my uncle, since i don't seem to care what they thing. this is in a positive way, by the way.
Advah Advah 6 years
Getting a masters in English and, well, in English, which isn't my first language. And doing it so well chapters of my thesis were published.Bigestive - I used to get the same thing re slumber parties! :o
Advah Advah 6 years
Getting a masters in English and, well, in English, which isn't my first language. And doing it so well chapters of my thesis were published. Bigestive - I used to get the same thing re slumber parties! :o
MissSophia MissSophia 6 years
1) Finally learning to feel confident and proud of myself and realising I'm a good person.2) Completing my university degree with honours
MissSophia MissSophia 6 years
1) Finally learning to feel confident and proud of myself and realising I'm a good person. 2) Completing my university degree with honours
bigestivediscuit bigestivediscuit 6 years
Popgoestheworld's are my favorite - seriously. Nothing like something to remind you of how self-sufficient you can be! I think my proudest accomplishment is moving from a tiny town in the Pacific Northwest to London to start a new life and a new career in publishing. I used to be the girl who couldn't cope with slumber parties when I was little cos I got too homesick! Now I truly feel like I'm living my dream.
Autumns_Elegy Autumns_Elegy 6 years
Spending the last 2 years volunteering for Oxfam Australia. :D
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
1. Leading a happy, content life (in my opinion, it's about life management)2. Taking personal responsibility for myself (when I did this, I think I truly matured.)3. Subscribing to Sandra Bullock's philosophy, I learned that I complete me. I'm lucky to have a husband that tolerates me. :)
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 6 years
1. Leading a happy, content life (in my opinion, it's about life management) 2. Taking personal responsibility for myself (when I did this, I think I truly matured.) 3. Subscribing to Sandra Bullock's philosophy, I learned that I complete me. I'm lucky to have a husband that tolerates me. :)
totygoliguez totygoliguez 6 years
1) Graduating from high school2) Going to the College of my dreams.3) So far succeeding on my college career.
totygoliguez totygoliguez 6 years
1) Graduating from high school 2) Going to the College of my dreams. 3) So far succeeding on my college career.
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 6 years
Replacing my own door locks and fixing my shower diverter all by myself.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 6 years
Graduating from law school and passing the PA bar on the first try.
dikke-kus dikke-kus 6 years
1. Graduating college, top of my class as a designer.2. Being the first woman in my family to have a career and a family.3. Having the guts to leave money behind in a bad marriage.4. Having the guts to get married again at a late age.5. Having the courage to be alone with my son for a while.6. Helping my son with autism.7. Having the courage to paint and have a career of my own.8. Doing what I what, my way and never giving up.9. Keeping healthy my entire life.
dikke-kus dikke-kus 6 years
1. Graduating college, top of my class as a designer. 2. Being the first woman in my family to have a career and a family. 3. Having the guts to leave money behind in a bad marriage. 4. Having the guts to get married again at a late age. 5. Having the courage to be alone with my son for a while. 6. Helping my son with autism. 7. Having the courage to paint and have a career of my own. 8. Doing what I what, my way and never giving up. 9. Keeping healthy my entire life.
opentypeA opentypeA 6 years
I'll be 20 when I graduate from college this semester, with honors and two majors...I think that counts for something! :-)
xxstardust xxstardust 6 years
1. Being the first member of my family to go to college (and getting a nice big scholarship to help me do it!). 2. Getting an 800 on the verbal section of the SATs. 3. Being in recovery from my eating disorder for over two years, and finally being comfortable in my own skin.
xxstardust xxstardust 6 years
1. Being the first member of my family to go to college (and getting a nice big scholarship to help me do it!). 2. Getting an 800 on the verbal section of the SATs. 3. Being in recovery from my eating disorder for over two years, and finally being comfortable in my own skin.
runningesq runningesq 6 years
1. Graduating from law school2. Passing the maryland bar3. (becoming an IRONMAN - Nov 09!!)
runningesq runningesq 6 years
1. Graduating from law school 2. Passing the maryland bar 3. (becoming an IRONMAN - Nov 09!!)
roseate roseate 6 years
graduating from college with top honors!
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