Wednesday, May 2, 2018

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Thank you to The Hopping Bloggers for hosting this hop!
Welcome to the Imagine. Believe. Achieve. Giveaway Hop brought to you by The Hopping Bloggers!
Each giveaway has a value of a minimum of $15, however some are worth much more. Be sure to enter to win all of them because there is no limit to how many you can win. GOOD LUCK!

Welcome to Stacking My Book Shelves! 


I blog about free ebooksbook spotlightsreviews and LOTS of giveaways! There is always something going on here on the blog! HAPPY MAY! I hope there is lots of sunshine this month for us all! Since, May is one of my favorite months! Not only is it my birthday month, but Mother's Day is thrown in there, and my Anniversary is at the end. So, May is packed full of awesome for me. One of you will win a $20 eGift Card to Amazon! Use it wisely! Good Luck!





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52 comments:

  1. graduating collage, was a long haul.

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  2. My greatest achievement is retiring after 28 years of teaching 3rd grade!

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  3. I have a master's degree but that was easy....staying married for 20 years has been my greatest accomplishment.

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  4. Staying married for over 20 years!

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  5. oh wow, my greatest achivement really is helping my children become godly responsible adults.
    but besides that I would have to say letting the Holy Spirit lead my life, not me leading the Holy Spirit.

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  6. My greatest achievement was getting my masters degree.

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  7. Being married to a wonderful man and living. We married almost 20 yrs ago and then shortly after I developed a DVT and it was rather large. The fact that I am alive and walking is a great thing. Being able to help my family when they needed it.

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  8. Just staying healthy each day...I have several illnesses that keep me housebound and keep me from doing even the simplest of tasks. Just making it to today is a big achievement. Enjoy everyday! abrennan09@hotmail.com

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  9. Going to college and getting a degree.

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  10. graduating high school 3 months early

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  11. Recovering from a stroke at age 29

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  12. Volunteering over like 200 hours. Also getting my license

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  13. My greatest achievement was getting my doctorate in physical therapy.

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  14. "OTHER than children what is your greatest achievement?" Well, I'm working on various projects....

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  15. Other then my kids buying my own house is a big achievement for me !

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  16. I helped the police capture a criminal who the newspapers called "the worst serial rapist the South has ever known" (he was given 8 consecutive life sentences and died in prison—yay!).

    skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net

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  17. Graduating high school with A's!

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  18. Finishing my postgraduate education and achieving my dream job working with children.

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  19. Finishing university I guess, for now. I have yet to hit another milestone in my life.

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  20. I can't answer that since I can't claim my children. They're all I have.

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  21. Well, no kids regardless, but finally getting my bachelor's degree (already a year ago!) :)

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  22. Doing creative work around my home.

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  23. I guess going to work each and every day, whether I feel like it or not...I've not called in sick in the last 2 yrs, whereas my co-worker has managed to call in sick 3 times already in May. The last time I called in sick was because I was on my way to the hospital and ended up having emergency surgery. I guess, like others my age, I have a work ethic, and in this day and age thats something. (And lots of people can have kids, its the raising them right thats the achievement you brag about)

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  24. One of my best achievements was a successful career.

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  25. Learning to play 5 instruments in band as a kid and leaving my abusive ex-husband.

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  26. I would have to say my almost 47 year marriage!

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  27. My greatest achievement is that I am only 24 and have traveled to 14 countries so far.

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  28. My greatest achievement is that I have finished university and got a master degree.

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  29. I have a 4 year college bachelor's degree that I paid for myself by working 3 jobs and did not have to take out any loans and do not owe any bills for it. I graduated on time and did not have to take any extra classes to compensate for any of it :) (I have no kids by the way, lol)

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  30. Going to schools was one of mine so far.
    heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

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  31. Being married for over 30 years!

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  32. Other than my children, my greatest achievement would be to be able to take care of my entire family no matter what the circumstances have been.

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  33. HAVEING A GOOD JOB FOR 5 YEARS

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  34. I would say my greatest achievement has been being a good support system for someone in my life who is going through a major health crisis.

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  35. getting a second degree when I was in my 40th

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  36. My greatest achievement was taking care of my parents in time of need and fully supporting their disabilities.

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  37. Finding a wonderful husband is my greatest achievement.

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  38. I guess my greatest besides children would be being married to my husband for 33 years

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  39. My greatest achievement is having a job that I really enjoy.

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  40. Getting a managers position. i am very proud of myself

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  41. My greatest achievement was writing my book.

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  42. Becoming a registered nurse which was my life-long career goal.

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  43. Getting a job at the university. I was working a job I absolutely despised and not at all utilizing my degree. I was determined to get a job more fitted toward my talents and likes. And I did it. Not only did I do it, but I also was an awesome worker at the job I did not like.

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  44. Singing onstage in NYC.
    Thanks for the contest.

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