Monday, October 31, 2011


Odd looking word.  Simpler - just came to me today when I was trying to explain what my blog is about.  I tried to sum up the blog in, well, should I say one word.  I guess I did it.  Anyway...

simplercomparative of sim·ple (Adjective)

  1. Easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty.
  2. Plain, basic, or uncomplicated in form, nature, or design; without much decoration or ornamentation
I think I did it.


Joy said...

Good morning,
I stumbled upon your blog quite by chance. I am so glad that I did. It caught my eye when you mentioned that your boys were all adopted. We have four sons (3 adopted and one homemade 22,19,12,&5). Our eldest went to Job Corp in Ohio. I am so glad that I found your blog. Have a wonderful day filled with blessings.

Alta said...

That is so AWESOME!
Tell me how your eldest felt or feels about Job Corp. I would love to hear more. By the way! I am your first follower!

Laura @ LivingOurWay said...

simpler...and yet sometimes the simple seems quite complicated :)

Alta said...

Yes, there are times when simpler can be more difficult.

Joy said...

I am sorry please forgive the delay in my answer. I have not been on in a while.
My eldest really liked his teachers and his course (chef). Some of the students were a little rough around the edges but once you get to know them have hearts of gold. It was a good experience for his. he has since graduated and now works as a chef where he lives in the cleveland area. I will be writing more soon in my blog. With homeschooling, having a child with autism, and two on their own I can get pretty busy. But I miss my blog and will be abck soon. :)

Alta said...

There is no doubt that live can certainly be hectic. It seems to me now it is more hectic with children. Maybe it's because we all have to be in different places at the same time. I am so glad to hear that your son is doing so well. We will bring ours home for Thanksgiving and then again for Christmas. I pray that he will learn that the only thing that matters is God.