The view from his daughter's couch was nothing short of humbling. The couch was his bed, his shortcomings, his failure. At the age of forty-five, Michael Riddell found himself bereft of career, marriage, money, and wondering why. He had always done as expected: growing up in middle Australia, he married his college sweetheart, joined the family business, and chased his career with everything he had. Surrendering and sacrificing his home life, every step he took was in the name of success. But now, wallowing in a depression full of remorse, self-pity, and guilt, a chance visit to Melinda's Out There Shop starts Michael on the road to redemption---his soul's path to renewal. Michael Riddell suffered more than a mid-life crisis. Call it a complete life revision.When Jessica was old enough to drive, the GreyHeaded Old Bastard gave her a bustedarse Toyota Hilux diesel ute to terrorise other road users. She was bloody ... Is it okay for the tyre to have all metal wires hanging out? Shea#39;d grown up on a anbsp;...
|Title||:||Life, A Little Brown Dog and Shite Like That|
|Publisher||:||BQB Publishing - 2014-11-04|