We have experienced a jam-packed four months since the last blog post. Everything has changed in the best ways.
Personal & Family life of Jeremy and Lea Denlinger.
When I reflect on this three year adoption process so far, I see waves of provision, both practical and spiritual. But embarrassingly the journey is marked by many moments of my doubt and bitterness that God’s plan doesn’t look like mine. Lately it feels like people around us are starting to question this path too. […]
When we began the adoption process, I remember a number of conversations between us about how we might experience loneliness during the journey, how we had no family and few friends who have adopted and can relate. We mentioned the challenge that nearly all of the adoptive families I know work with Bethany so we […]
We never imagined international adoption faith lessons would be practice for the hardest tragedy of our lives so far, in the loss of my Mom.
Way back in April, we took a vacation to Charleston, South Carolina. It was just the two of us on a road trip-our favorite kind of vacation. We also prefer traveling at the end of Spring or early Fall to avoid families vacationing. As it turns out, April is a perfect time of year to […]
We are in the air, on our way to Baltimore as I write this post. Today has been a full day of travel, so nothing exciting to share. Unfortunately we have had some more flight issues. We have not been impressed with American Airlines one bit. All four of our flights were delayed on this […]
It’s hard to believe we are nearing the end of this great adventure. Time sure zooms by when you are exploring and relaxing with your best friend. The last two days were a perfect finale to end our time in the adorable and adventure-filled town of Moab. Thursday began with our last sunrise experience in […]
Whew! Vacation is just flying by! The last two days have been a wide variety of interesting.
Today we took lots of photos including capturing the sunrise in Arches.
Our trip out West continues, we say goodbye to Durango & hello to Moab.