McGaha delivers a passionate memoir chock full of real life situations regarding finances and the turmoil they can cause and coming out on the other side of said turmoil.
McGaha, like many of us, never expected to see a day when she only had $4.57 in her bank account, but when she discovered that her husband, David, neglected to file taxes over several years – her universe was flipped and turned upside down. In a desperate attempt to save money they were forced to foreclose on their suburban family home and move their family to a dilapidated cabin in North Carolina. What starts as a sacrifice turns into a journey of chickens, goats, dogs, snakes, and love.
With pure honesty, McGaha tells the story of how sacrifice and love can make a world of difference when you’re flat broke and forced to make due with what you have. This story helps one to realize the power of love and the real definition of home.
I thoroughly enjoyed this memoir and highly recommend this book to anyone that loves to read a book loaded with authenticity, humor, and a bit of love sprinkled on top.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ - 5 stars