Glenda Smith Walters has written travel and human interest articles for DirectPathways of High Point, N.C., The Dispatch of Lexington, N.C, along with writing a column for The Thomasville Times of Thomasville, N.C. She has been blessed with the best of both worlds. Her prior career dealt with product development within the realm of high-end furniture. While on location in California, she worked on a project, at the Mission Ranch Resort with actor Clint Eastwood. After a career that spanned over fifteen years within the furniture industry, Glenda decided to go in another direction... one of service to others. After reading an article about Hospice in Guidepost, she became a Hospice patient volunteer. Having volunteered for a year with Hospice of Davidson County, she became their Volunteer Coordinator, and later held the title of the Director of Fund Development and Communications. Glenda continues to work within a Hospice setting, along with pursuing a career in writing.
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“This Place That I Go” is a very Beautiful, Spiritual Book that will have Healing Powers (Spiritually) for those that are seeking ~ searching ~ questioning their own spiritual evolution and journey for more knowledge. That "certain" knowledge / understanding we seek or need to move forward and to be closer to God. I was touched by many of the stories. It seemed to be ...for me ...something that confirmed all that I have experienced spiritually through dreams, visions and supernatural happenings throughout my own life.
This was a very inspirational book and so beautifully written. It is full of true exeriences from real people that really touched my heart and soul. Once I started reading "This Place That I Go", I could not put it down. I would really enjoy reading more books written by this author.