Endless Journey

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Xulon Press, 2012 - Religion - 468 pages
The author is now 85 years of age and has been a life-long resident of Metro Atlanta Georgia. She was educated in Atlanta schools and graduated in mid-World War II, and became employed as a secretary to a navel officer until the war was over. After that she continued in various secretarial positions and then returned to law school and graduated first with an LL.B. degree and then an LL.M. degree. She also completed the Dale Carnegie course of public speaking. The next ten years were spent working in the legal field. Afterwards she was employed by the Internal Revenue Service for 5 years (taking all their tax courses) and then began an accounting and income tax business, which she owned and operated for 20 years. It was a successful endeavor and she sold the business and retired. Her interest in writing began in High School where she wrote for her school paper. She was active in civic affairs in both Metro Atlanta and the city and was on the board of directories of her business sorority Zeta Beta Chi, was elected to the board of director of her church Lake Arrowhead Chapel for two and half terms and has been active in her church for many years having taught Sunday school classes for both children and adults. Early in her career she met and married her soul mate, who was a World War II decorated war hero, and they became the parents of three children, 2 sons and 1 daughter who grew up to make her very proud. She was successful with balancing her career with being a parent. She and her husband built a retirement home in beautiful Lake Arrowhead in Waleska Georgia, and retired living there until his death (A picture which was taken from the deck of their home overlooking the lake is on the back cover of this book). She has continued living there for 22 years during which time she has published two books a novel entitled "Though He Slay Me" and this one "Endless Journey."

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