I love having a second chance! Now, I'm not talking anything too deep, right now. But after recieving (wise) counsel from friends yesterday to start blogging, I started last night. Then I deleted it, deleted it again, and now I've wasted precious time I didn't think I had to start yet again. I don't promise anything too thought provoking, but my family and I find ourselves in the midst of a journey. A journey that has begun in our hearts a long time ago, but is now starting to have hands and feet. Ok, that's a bad play on words. I've been feeling like we are keeping a secret for far too long, and I am anxious to tell the world what God is doing. If you know me, you know I need to learn to tell my story in 10 words instead of 10,000. That's something Ill (try to) work on, but in the meantime, I warn you, I might be lengthly :o)
These past few weeks have been packed full of decision making and prayer! Our prayer lives are growing deeper with our Savior, and I am excited to share that it's brought Jason and me together on a deeper level. Knowing that God is working in the life of our family is humbling! We are scared to death, realizing the full scope of what lies ahead for us, but it is so encouraging knowing that God's strength is sufficient for all our needs.
We have realized God is calling our family to adopt a child. Specifically,to adopt internationally!! YAY! I said it, I've been bursting out of my seams for too long, and I"m thrilled to share this experience with ...you. We have begun taking steps to begin this arduous process, and covet your prayers. Please pray for our whole family as we face this l.o.n.g. difficult process!
I don't consider myself a blogger I don't intend to do it long term, but I hope to be able to keep you posted along our journey. I hope to update you until we come to the day we are able to bring the child God has chosen for us- the Dunkleberger's.... HOME!
I am excited to share some of what God is doing and has been teaching us, but for that you'll have to return :)