VH: What is the number one lie you tell yourself? How is that working out?
JW: Probably the number one lie I tell myself is that I will start my diet tomorrow. It is a lie, because I still haven’t started the diet. I know I need to get into shape and lose some weight (okay maybe a lot of weight), but it is so much easier to put it off a day, a week, a month, whatever. I promise that I am going to start the diet tomorrow. Really, I mean it this time. Is that chocolate cake? Oh, never mind.
VH: Oh James I understand completely. Most of us are up against that one.
After a difficult day what do you do to recuperate? Does it work?
JW: After a difficult day, the number one thing I do to recuperate is spend time with my children. They are such miracles. They always manage to make me smile and bring joy back into my day. The other thing I like to do to recuperate is to grab my laptop and write. Although writing can be stressful and frustrating, it also keeps me sane. It is my relaxation. So far, it is working pretty well as I now have three kids and four books.
VH: If a zombie virus took over the world, how many days do you think you could last before you were infected? And what would you do to postpone the inevitable?
JW: If a zombie virus took over the world, I am toast. I probably wouldn’t make it an entire day. As a teacher, I am surrounded by people all day long and I figure one of my students would infect me before I even knew about the zombie apocalypse. If my students didn’t get me, my own kids probably would. Not much I could do to postpone the inevitable. Even if I didn’t get infected by my students, I am sure they would enjoy trying to eat my brain.
VH: Thank you James.
Nathaniel Wilcox needed a miracle.
He wasn’t expected to make it through the night.
This is Nathanial's story of his five month journey to survive, and how he touched the hearts of everyone who cared for him. This is the story of how one family managed to overcome tragedy and despair, to find a renewed faith in each other and in God.
A miracle child?