Thursday, May 3, 2018
Flat Broke with Two Goats
Flat Broke with Two Goats. Some people look backward when they face unwelcome change, but McGaha seemed to always look forward. Along the journey from an ordinary middle class suburban life to living in a neglected one-hundred-year-old cabin, McGaha seems to shift in her perspective of where she finds value in life. As I read this book, I remembered hearing wisdom from Normal Lear about his life lessons, the most important of which were two words: over and next. Whatever happened is over. It’s time for what’s next, so get on with it. What McGaha ended up getting on with was less college teaching and more goat raising. Fans of memoirs will find a lot to enjoy in McGaha’s story. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase Flat Broke with Two Goats from amazon.com.