October 07, 2005

Reading Week

I know we have been slacking, but we have plenty of excuses (none of which are that good though). Last week Kim and I put on our admissions representative hats again and host a couple from PA for 3 nights. Steve and Abby are there names. We had fun chatting at night; really down-to-earth, which I like. I've also been spending most of my free time in the library reading. I believe that I am ahead on my reading, but only time will tell. I have this week off for what the seminary calls a reading week. No classes, so students have a chance to catch up on work. But like I said, I feel caught up, but I do have a couple of papers sneaking up on me and 2 exams when I return in a week. Kim and I are taking the weekend off though and heading to the cape with our next door neighbors, Josh, Kim and baby Laura Jane. This is a link to another trip we took with them: http://mindyourmillers.blogspot.com/2005/08/fish-story.html We should have pictures and stories up from our trip next week. Be on the lookout!

9 comments:

Mom Miller said...

Can't wait to read more. Hope you have a relaxing, but fun time with your friends. I bet baby Laura Jane is getting big. Any babies in our future? JUST KIDDING, grandma said she will be patient. haha....remember the tummy rub she gave you Kim at graduation.????? Funny Lady.

Jschellhammer said...

the Cape? there'd better be fig newtons and white honda with georgia license plates in your plans.

Hack said...

I and one other are eagerly awaiting your entrance and participation at a certain msn group.

Hack said...

That goes for you too, Gomiyage, regardless of what continent you are on.

indy cousins said...

Crazy lady! Mom Miller needs to relax! She gave me the 'when you havin' babies?' question the other day, too! We're all young and having fun for now. At least it sounds like everyone's having fun! Patience, Mom Miller, patience! Are you with me on this, Kim?

stina said...

hey guys! I'm on reading week right now too! It is wonderful not having classes but I too have lots of papers and project sneaking up on me. Most of this week is going to be spent in the library as well. At least... that is the plan 0=) I hope you guys have a great weekend. That will be really nice to get away. Well, miss you guys a lot! Can I try and come to visit you guys sometime? Lucas, when does your term end? talk to you guys later! love and hugs to both of ya!

BillG said...

Man, I feel kind of out of touch here. Papers? Exams? Time spent purely reading, and not trying to escape from a day of drudgery and typing at a computer?

I gotta get me to grad school.

BillG

ldmiller said...

Yes Billy you do need to get to grad school. Purify your soul. No Joel, as in no fig newtons, white hondas or Georgia license plates, just rain. Mom and indy cousins, no kids yet. Hack, what is this group? I have no e-mail about it yet. Stina, Yo Stina!

Anonymous said...

It's wierd... I don't do homework anymore... I just grade it. Someone asked me yesterday if grading papers was just like writing papers and studying. It's not. It's much better! Did you send me the letter yet, Kim? I miss you both!!!

-Becca