ALL THE DAYS OF MY LIFE
From there, she selected to turn into a secretary, and attended Temple Secretarial college in Washington, D.C, graduating in 1941. Eleanor has been writing articles and quick tales for a lot of her life. While in mid-life, she wrote the story of her pal, Anne Wetzell’s, miraculous therapeutic, titled, “He Touched Her.” She submitted her manuscript to a Christian Writers contest by Warner Press, Anderson, Indiana, the place it received second prize and was subsequently revealed. In the 1970’s, the Montrose School was scheduled to be demolished by the State Highway Administration. Director, Eileen McGuckian, of Peerless Rockville, rescued it. She requested Eleanor to write down a historical past of the college she had attended as a baby. Her e book, “Montrose School, The First Ninety Years,” was revealed by Peerless in 1990. In the late 1990’s, Eleanor found letters her father had written to her mom. Her mom had traveled from Maine to Kentucky to show black youngsters who had no public colleges. Thinking this was a “story that must be told”, Eleanor set about writing her third e book, “Miss Apple, the Story of a Maine Teacher in Kentucky,” revealed in 2002 by AuthorHouse. Eleanor’s present for writing poems satisfied her pal Eileen that they need to be revealed, and one other pal, Peggy Bjarno, agreed to compile her fourth e book in 2003, “Portraits in Poetry.” In her e book, “All the Days of My Life,” Eleanor tells how she grew to become a Christian at ten years of age, and the way that influenced the numerous vital selections of her life to come back.
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