Lyn Interviews Debut Love Inspired Author Virginia Carmichael — 10 Comments

  1. Thank you Virginia. It has been a rough road, but when it comes to my children I’d move mountains for them. And thank you for the compliment. I don’t know if having a child with ADD is harder than ADHD, but I know having a child with both could be a mess, so your mother has to be a very strong woman. Take care and I hope you have a very Merry Christmas!

  2. I love giving to others! My dad (who has passed on) always told us kids, you can never outgive to the Lord. It not only means money, but time to others that are need of a friend or to give food or clothes. I have been blessed beyond measure!!! Love that Love Inspired has such wonderful authors that write such wonderful christian books. I am now reading, The Frontier Family. Can I say that I love it? Can’t wait to read this book too.
    Merry Christmas!!!!

  3. I love good listeners!!! And then when you get two in a room, we just look at each other like a pair of owls!!!

    And yes, six small kids is c-raaaaa-zyyyyyyy!!! But hey, they usually amuse each other!

  4. Yes, hindsight is always 20/20, right? Congrats on your beautiful new marriage! My sister was married before and she learned a lot about herself and her faith while struggling through her divorce.

  5. Angie, my brother had ADD and ADHD when I was growing up and our whole family had to learn how to cope with that! I’m so glad you’re such a good mom, understanding it takes a lot of patience to reach through the fog of ADD.

  6. I love reading about how others give. It is better to give than receive….I always try to give of myself in any way I can.

  7. I always love to find new authors to read. Thanks for giving me a chance to win a book….Merry Christmas…Gail

  8. Thanks Lyn for introducing this new author today, the book sounds like it will be a good read, I like to read about folks who want to give more then receive, now is the season too for this book to be read.
    this young woman certainly has her hands full with 6 small children, I was lucky to raise just two.
    not sure about a weakness except to I know I would like to be a bolder type person-I am too shy when meeting others. maybe it makes me listen more which could be helpful-I think the world needs good listeners…
    Paula O

  9. I guess I could say that my weakness was not keeping my first marriage together. Really struggled with it. Then I realized that things happen for a reason and should learn from it and move on. I am now married to the man of my dreams and we have two beautiful children.
    campbellamyd at gmail dot com

  10. For me, having no patience has been a big struggle for me in the past. Having a son diagnosed with ADHD and having to teach him to slow down and concentrate on things so they are done correctly has helped me to see things in a better perspective. I don’t get so upset when he doesn’t just automatically “get it” like I used to. His ADHD is causing us both to learn things differently, but for the better. 🙂

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