Tag Archives: Janet Dubay

Music is fun?

In a recent post, I wrote about the constant deadlines of a musician — well, this musician, anyway, where there was always a service or concert to practice for. Even when I retired from my church job and no longer … Continue reading

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Home, James!

After two abdominal surgeries and a combined total of 23 days in the hospital, my husband Carl Crosier has returned home to hospice care. We are both discovering what that means — what the possibilities, and what the limitations are. … Continue reading

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A little bit of Hawaii in Portland

After the ALCM conference concluded with an Itinerarium (Sending) service, we spent the entire next day driving to Seattle and back (a round trip of around 400 miles) while Carl took care of some of unexpected executor responsibilities for Peter Hallock. … Continue reading

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The last month

It’s December 2012, and I am beginning my last month as organist of the Lutheran Church of Honolulu. A number of people have asked me how I am feeling, and quite honestly, I have answered “with mixed emotions.” You may … Continue reading

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