Contributed by Charles Jones on Jun 15, 2011
It must also be noted that there is a vast difference between saying "I Made It" and saying "I’ve Got It Made¨.
The familiar statement, "I Made It ", is a statement that implies achievement in the midst of overwhelming odds. It is a proclamation of accomplishment for someone who has had the deck stacked against him. Its a way of saying that, "In spite of the length of the journey; in spite of the roughness