May 23, 2005

Let's Get It Started

Welcome to the blogsite for my wife, Kim, and myself. It was her idea for us to do this so as to make it easier for our family and friends to stay up-to-date on our comings and goings. This blog was created on the cusp of our move to Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, MA. It is our hope that this blog site will continue for years and be a valuable communication tool to continue and strengthen relationships. May God add his blessing to this blog!

6 comments:

jason said...

Good luck and God bless you

J Schellhammer said...

Frick! I wanted to be the first comment! Now I guess I'll just have to hope that even though I'm relegated to second place on the blog, I'm still first in your hearts - a compromise, but, hey, what can you do?

ldmiller said...

Yeah, I thought you or Tone-Tone would be the first, but alas the www brings all people together. Still trying to figure out if you are indeed first in my heart or if that feeling is in another vital organ close to the heart. We'll have to wait for the autopsy.

Hack said...

organ? i am from oregon. my grandparents had an organ in their house but you had to pump air with foot pedals to keep it going. if the airbladders were empty, it wouldn't make a peep. hey, is the bladder considered an organ? i used to have a small bladder as a child, so i wet the bed until an unusually late age. the doctor said i should wait as long as possible before peeing in order to stretch my bladder. so i followed his advice, and it worked. later, though, i found out that this bladder stretching procedure has at least one drawback: quickened weakening of the sphincter with age. if i live long enough, this could prove troublesome. of course the burger king has also been a victim of an overly relaxed sphincter, but i believe that was due to excessive consumption of alcohol. the gold bond helped, though, i am just sure of it.

Mom Miller said...

Lucas and Kim....can't wait until August to come out to Boston!! GO TIGERS!!! I've been praying for your move and Kim to get a job. Even though I don't get to Hillsdale often, I knew you were only 5 hours away. This is going to be hard. LOVE YOU BOTH...MOM

ltmiller said...

I don't know which is worse, a cornhusker fan or a red sox fan???