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This video from my sister, Doris, is what greeted me when I opened up Facebook this morning. (Yes, it’s my birthday, and I’m going out to dinner three different nights this week!) Of course, I recognized the organ right away … Continue reading
Despite being extremely tired after a long day on the road, most of our group went out after dinner to see the famous astronomical clock in old town Prague (by the way, old time Prague dates from the 14th century; … Continue reading
Today the Hawaii Tribune-Herald newspaper on the Big Island published a story by Katie Young Yamanaka about our homeboy, Joey Fala, and his upcoming recital at the Higashi Hongwanji Mission, Sunday, March 12th at 3:00 pm. I was surprised that … Continue reading
One if by land, two if by sea was the phrase coined by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his famous poem about the American revolutionaries. It described the signal Paul Revere was to give to indicate the means by which … Continue reading
Okay, you probably didn’t know that I knew this term from basketball? According to Wikipedia, “A full-court press is a basketball term for a defensive style in which the defense applies man-to-man or zone defense to pressure the offensive team … Continue reading
The last few days have been super busy for me, as I get ready to leave for Seattle, did the dress rehearsal today for tomorrow’s Iolani School chorus concert, and finished up the publicity for the 40th anniversary of the … Continue reading
Some people are lucky enough to be grandparents and can share baby photos.(Congratulations, Frank and Sue Haas on your second grandson!) I haven’t yet joined “The Grandparents Club” but I can share photos of a baby organ, soon to be … Continue reading
Shhh… don’t wake the baby! Some people already know that my husband Carl Crosier willed our fortepiano to our friend, Mark Russell. (You can read my post about the fortepiano here “Our fortepiano is famous“.) Since I don’t play the … Continue reading
We are in the Pacific Northwest, and since the weather seemed unusually nice for this time of year, decided to visit Victoria, BC. We stayed overnight in Port Angeles then took an early morning ferry to Victoria. Of course no … Continue reading