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What was your proudest moment in your life?




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heart my truely proudest moment and I’m goons cry but it’s from my heart, came when after I was told I was terminally sick and my lifes path was extremely short.
And without even knowing me my friends here embraced me with love and support.
And now that it is in full motion that I’ve made sure to the best of my ability that my children would know and my husband would know everyday that I am here that I fight and love them.
And that the memories will not be sad but the best I can give them.
This will be the best summer of all and it’s my gift to them not me so much.
It makes me proud that I can still find the strength to be the best and ladies I truely truely find it because of the love here.
Might not sound like much but I’ve had an amazing life full of great highs to be proud of and great lows to be ashamed of.
But my proudest will be the foot steps I’m leaving now.
Thank you


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      Linda L wrote Jun 6, 2011
    • When my daughter received a half scholarship, we both cried tears of joy.  My happiness is seeing her develop into an intelligent, very talented, caring, and beautiful young lady.




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 6, 2011
    • I think my proudest moment was getting that high school diploma.  I know it was certainly an incredily happy moment.  I had survived 13 years of hell and was DONE.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jun 6, 2011
    • My proudest moment.....

      At this point would be the birth of my 2 daughters and making sure my mom was comfortable and cared for during her final days.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jun 6, 2011
    • I don’t know! I’ve had a lot of proudest moments to “brag” about. More recent is surviving 5 days of being snowed in without heat, lights, no being able to cook hot food, no running water. And then in the middle of last month I assembled my new love seat that arrived in a huge box in pieces. LOL ... surprise on that!  

      This week may bring something else to feel proud of who and what I am. I’m still alive so I guess I can’t pin down one definite action or moment and call it my proudest?  

      Cathie




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      Rose Nino wrote Jun 6, 2011
    • In the last few years I’d have to say it’s been helping thousands reach their health (and weight)goals and have the best health ever. Also showing people how to earn additional income without having to spend any extra money. There are so many people hurting both physically and financially. So I’m blessed to be able to help in both areas. And watching my team turn around and help others is such a blessing.




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Jun 6, 2011
    • heart my truely proudest moment and I’m goons cry but it’s from my heart, came when after I was told I was terminally sick and my lifes path was extremely short.
      And without even knowing me my friends here embraced me with love and support.
      And now that it is in full motion that I’ve made sure to the best of my ability that my children would know and my husband would know everyday that I am here that I fight and love them.
      And that the memories will not be sad but the best I can give them.
      This will be the best summer of all and it’s my gift to them not me so much.
      It makes me proud that I can still find the strength to be the best and ladies I truely truely find it because of the love here.
      Might not sound like much but I’ve had an amazing life full of great highs to be proud of and great lows to be ashamed of.
      But my proudest will be the foot steps I’m leaving now.
      Thank you




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      Marya1961 wrote Jun 6, 2011
    • You are making me cry, Cheeky!  

      My proudest moment was actually two different occasions...when our son was little and graduated from pre-school after having endured a very rough separation from me..he cried every day for one month, but then finally at the end of the school year he had progressed dramatically...and when he was six years old, needed his tonsils out and was the bravest little boy I ever saw..he was in the hospital for two days and we would go to the playroom and he always wanted to make sure the other kids were taken care of, such a little trooper.heart




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      Tracy Lynn Brown wrote Jun 7, 2011
    • Oh cheeky, i didnt know and your andswer was so wonderful. I guess mine was when my granddaughter was born, last year. And i was real proud, when i got my cna.




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      Mzdub wrote Jun 7, 2011
    • When my oldest son graduate from wilberforce university with his Bachelorsestatic Degree




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      Diane17 wrote Jun 8, 2011
    • When I received my Masters (I’m the only one in my family who has a Masters) while working full-time and when my two boys were born.




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