I Passed the Texas Bar Exam Giveaway!

Guess what? I passed the Texas Bar Exam!! I found out last Thursday, and I’m incredibly excited about it! So I’m giving away a $20 Amazon Gift Card. Woohoo! Keep reading to enter my Texas Bar Exam Giveaway!

Texas Bar Exam Giveaway

Just to toot my own horn briefly. This is a pretty big deal! The pass rate for the Texas Bar Exam from out-of-state students (like I was) was only 65%. I spent two months studying full-time to take the exam. Then I spent 3 days (THREE WHOLE DAYS!) taking the exam in Fort Worth at the end of February. Then I waited 2 agonizing months (okay, I mostly didn’t even think about it) to find out whether I had passed or not. Now all I have to do is find a job. Ugh. Maybe I’ll host an “I found a job” giveaway if/when that ever happens, because apparently I host giveaways to commemorate big events in my life.

Giveaway starts now, is open to anyone with an email address and ends on Friday at midnight. May the odds be ever in your favor.
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  1. Kristina says:

    Accomplishment…I had two of my babies all naturally and I’m whimpy when it comes pain.

  2. Congrats! I’m proud of how my blog is developing into a “job” – that’s probably my biggest accomplishment lately!

  3. So exciting!! Congrats!

    I guess I’m proud of passing my RN exams (way back in 2003). I’m sure there are more recent accomplishments, but I can’t think of them. Ha! 😉

  4. Laura Larson says:

    WOO HOO, from someone who has been there, I say you have all the reason in the world to toot your own horn!! That was also one of my biggest accomplishments . . . and surviving law school.

    I saw a girl at the store today who had a t-shirt that read “make love not law review” and had a good laugh, I thought you would too.

    On another note, I think I should win this so I can spend it on some baby things 🙂

  5. I’m proud that although I’m now a stay at home mom that I still am educated and can be an example for my kids.

  6. Congrats! 😀

  7. I’m not feeling very proud today, but I am proud to have so many smart, accomplished friends like you. Yay for the good Carleton education!

  8. Great job!!

    Accomplishment — I got a promotion + big raise this past year and it really has been a great move at work for me!

  9. Wow- congrats on passing! That’s exciting!! I’m most proud of completing 5 years teaching in an inner city school this year.

  10. Yay! That’s awesome! By the grace of God I was able to start up my own business from home and it has been surprisingly successful, I also am a professional self taught make up artist and have turned my passion into a living! 🙂

  11. Girl, you rock! 🙂 My latest accomplishment has been taking the plunge and moving to wordpress. lol PALES in comparison! 🙂

  12. I feel like I have helped a lot of people, mainly children who were sick or injured who could not help themselves and to me that is a great accomplishment 🙂

  13. Congratulations! I remember that feeling of relief when I found my name on the list…such a big accomplishment!

    BTW, I follow on FB using my blog page, but I’m sure you trusted me! 🙂

    • I did. I just looked at the Rafflecopter to moderate people’s likes and assumed it was being weird. But then I figured it out.

  14. That is AWESOME! Congrats!!

  15. Oh! Ha…I didn’t read the Rafflecopter thing, was so excited about your news. Accomplishment I’m proud of: my soon to be 18 year old high school senior!

  16. Shannon says:

    I am most proud of raising my sweet little boy

  17. Accomplishment – getting my Master’s while teaching school, raising my sweet family (still working on that one), staying married to my fabulous hubby….just to name a few!
    Congrats on passing the exam!!

  18. Congratulations! 🙂

  19. WOW! Congrats!!! I have no patience, those 2 months would of KILLED ME.

  20. Congrats!! Can’t wait to hear what’s next for you!!

  21. oops forgot to read the rest of the prompt! my proudest accomplishment was when a house resolution that i had been campaigning for passed unanimously 🙂

    • That’s awesome. What resolution? I’ve contemplated figuring out how to become a a birth/birth center “lobbyist.”

  22. I am proud of graduating college. Congratulations to you!
    That is quite an accomplishment!

  23. Congrats to you first of all!! I am proud to finish my third year of college this spring AFTER having 4 kids! I don’t usually follow the normal route so I decided to do the whole kids college thing backwards!

  24. contrats!!!! That’s a major accomplishment.

  25. Debby Chandler says:

    I’m proud that I lost 25 pounds.

  26. Lenora says:

    I had to deliver my twins emergency before they could prep for op because they wouldn’t listen to me. I felt like and know it all and kind of a bad-a$$


  27. Jennifer says:

    I beat cancer, left my abusive husband and raise my two wonderful healthy children on my own,….. all before the age of 30!

  28. latoya says:

    Getting a fellowship to get my phd! I’m almost finished (thank goodness)!!

  29. Whoa – everyone has such amazing accomplishments. I really feel like a slacker now! I am proud of completing the couch-2-5k program with my husband (especially since I hate running!). Way to go on passing the bar! That’s AWESOME!

    • Don’t feel like a slacker! My intent with the prompt was to let everyone brag about themselves as well, big or small!

  30. Alycia says:

    One recent thing I’m proud of is working full-time, going to grad school and doing an internship – all at the same time. I learned a lot about myself and actually survived!

  31. Kristen says:

    I’m proud that I have gotten up early every day for the past 2 weeks to spend time with God.

  32. Im proud that I can be a stay at home mom but still help provide an income for my family.

  33. I am proud to be taking the plunge into homeschooling my child.

  34. Melody Spence says:

    My youngest son is graduating from college on the 18th. All my kids now have a college degree.

  35. Dawn Coburn says:

    The fact that after having 4 kids. I’m back down to my normal baby weight 113 pounds.

  36. Suzie Williams says:

    Congratulations! My proudest accomplishment is my three sweet kiddos. They are so generous and kind.

  37. joanne darrell says:

    I am proud I saved enough money to go to my nieces wedding in Cancun.

  38. Congrats! I am proud that I will be going back to school to earn my BS in legal studies so I can attend law school.

  39. raising 3 great children

  40. I’m proud to be the mother to a sweet 2-year-old and the stepmom to a 17-year-old and a 21-year-old, both of whom rock.

  41. ate 5 servings of veggies

  42. Colleen Schilinski says:

    I am proud of myself for finally finding my birth mother after searching for her my entire adult life.

  43. Elizabeth E says:

    My biggest accomplishment is when I graduated from college. I went to school for 5 years straight, every friday night from 6 to 10 and saturday from 7 am to 3 pm plus worked full time. My graduation was one of the proudest moments. I just wish my Dad was there to see it, but I know he was looking down on me 🙂

  44. Kelley Foulk says:

    Wow congrats that is a big step in life. You can only move up from here. Go gettem girl

  45. Rhonda Sparks says:

    Congrats on your success first of all, my success was graduating from college my husband and I are independent business owners and parents of two smart teenage boys. I am truly proud of your accomplishment I know it was tough but you did it yay 😀

  46. Carol W says:

    My biggest would be finding a job and sticking with it even if I don’t like it and miss my kids like crazy. Congrats.

  47. I am a 1st generation community college graduate & also bs degree from FSU.

  48. I’m proud I had twins without having a c-section.

  49. Graduating college was a great accomplishment for me!

  50. Heather Wone says:

    I survived assisting my husband with finals while managing my crazy kids!

  51. Colleen Busch says:

    I am proud that I am a cancer survivor!

  52. Congrats…I am proud of raising my kids.

  53. Dianne Hall says:
  54. Nancy pintinalli says:

    My biggest accomplishment was going to college to become a registered nurse at the age of 50 . Graduated with 38.5 average , honor society , class speaker at graduation. Age should never stop someone from achieveing their goal in life.

  55. Sierra Tatum says:

    I am proud that I finally mastered the soufle! Hahaha

  56. Dalores Lounds says:

    Congrats! I have 2 kids in college with 1-2 left till they graduate.

  57. Rebecca Brown says:

    Congrats, that’s great! 🙂

  58. Congrats! I earned my Ph.D. a few years back, and I understand the sense of accomplishment you must feel!

  59. Candace M says:

    My biggest accomplishment was getting a degree is chemistry. It was 10 years ago but it was hard!

  60. Crystal Rose says:

    I’m proud of myself for how far I’ve come in the last 7 years.

  61. Woohoo! Congratulations…and welcome to Texas! That is a lot of hard work and you should feel very accomplished!

  62. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I have a few educational accomplishments to my own credit, however my most recent burst of pride isfor my son who is finishing up his Intern year and beginning his residency in radiology–he’ll be doing interventional neuroradiology. And…BTW…we are from Houston 🙂

  63. Kimberly says:

    Congratulations on passing the bar! I just got a Masters Degree in Communication and Leadership!

  64. graduating college after 10 years of starting

  65. Candice says:

    I am proud I stuck with it and finished my master’s degree.

  66. I’m proud of finishing grad school, getting married (and planning it myself), buying a house, and moving in all within 3 months. That was a crazy spring! 🙂

  67. Claire McKeon says:

    I raised 2 kids to adulthood with very little police interaction. LOL. That makes me proud.

  68. Saver Sara says:

    I’m proud I completed my Masters degree

  69. Sherri Lewis says:

    Wow… congratulations! My biggest success isnt anything in comparison. I would have to say it was getting my college degree while working a FT and a PT job, and I was a single mother on top of it.

  70. steve weber says:

    Congratulations! all your hard work has finally paid off.. I wish you nothing but success in the future.

  71. Amanda Rauch says:

    First of all, Congratulations!! That is quite a feat!!
    I am most proud of being a great mom-it isn’t the usual when you think of an accomplishment, but it is me. My son will be going to college in the fall, and for our family, that is the biggest accomplishment yet!!

  72. Graduating college was certainly up there.

  73. Savannah miller says:

    The thing I am most proud of is my kids and I made them so I guess that makes me proud of myself too 🙂

  74. carla g says:

    congrats! I am proud of myself for just being a mom!

  75. courtney hennagir says:

    proud of having my babies naturally after my doc laughed at me when i told him i didn’t want drugs!

  76. Steph Coupns says:

    i’d have to say losing 20 lbs! it was hard but i did it!

  77. sandra davis says:

    congrats on passing the bar!! i am so very proud of having 3 boys that are light of my life and the accomplishments that they have achived in life.

  78. Shannon F. says:

    Congrats on passing your exam! What an accomplishment!

    My biggest accomplishment is the life my husband and I have made for ourselves. We’ve had some really trying times but we stuck through it together and we’re stronger and happier than ever in our life together!

  79. Monja Blue says:

    Congratulations what an accomplishment!
    Walking again after Doctors said I never would!

  80. I’m graduating this week with my M. Ed. !!!

  81. Annmarie W says:

    Congratulations! That’s wonderful for you! One of the accomplishments I’m proud of was chairing the Montessori School fundraising auction when my daughter was in pre-school. We netted $75,000, the highest they had ever raised!

  82. I am finishing up my 2nd year of teaching, which means that I am no longer in the “new teacher” category and don’t have to attend all the boring meetings, or do the huge amount of paperwork, required by my school district! Yay!

  83. Deborah says:


    I completed a Union Electrician Apprenticeship (back in the day when it was unusual for women to work in construction…wait it still is unusual. lol)

    I gave birth twice without medication.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  84. Very happy with my work.

  85. cassandra says:

    Congrats what an amazing thing! My biggest accomplishment would be moving away on my own to go to college for nursing! I am about to finish up next September and then THAT will be my biggest accomplishment 🙂

  86. Josephine D says:

    Congratulations!!! One achievement that I am most proud of is graduating grad school ON TIME despite missing six weeks due to a serious injury.

  87. Sara Floyd says:

    I am proud that I have a great job and a wonderful baby!

  88. Seyma Shabbir says:

    Managing my sugar levels when I was pregnant (twice)

  89. kathy dalton says:

    At 53 i have returned to college to get my degree in forensic science

  90. Dawn Monroe says:

    I was very excited to learn my daughter WILL be graduating in June….its been a long road!

  91. Proud of being there for my mom when she needed me most

  92. I’m proud of homeschooling my son all the way through school. He’s graduating this month!

  93. I would hve to say surviving cancer

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