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         W‘Tis The Season To Give Thanks
ith the holiday tive mantra — “I am 100% ity time with my family and season upon us healthy” — that I repeat 12 friends.”
and Thanksgiv- times a day.” Kellene Chun
ing plans underway, we tend Scott Mackenzie Lahaina, Maui
to reflect on all the blessings life has given us. This col- umn celebrates gratitude and kindness all year long, and with each letter of thanks, we are reminded that being kind to others and celebrat- ing good people are when we find true happiness. Some- times we may think that our actions are small, but they have a big impact on some- one else’s day.
“My biggest blessing this past year has been my improved health. By los- ing a significant amount of weight, I have gained my life back.”
Kanoe Paauhau Mānoa
“Life is good — great fam- ily, great job and my favorite quarterback is back in action to entertain my Sundays — go, Marcus Mariota and the Atlanta Falcons!”
Ellen Kaiuwailani Kapolei
“My job has been my big- gest blessing this year. I love working with people excited to travel and assisting them get to Vegas.”
Kevin Kaneshiro Honolulu
Is there someone you’d like to thank? Mail letters to MidWeek c/o Mahalo Nui at 500 Ala Moana Blvd. Ste. 7-500, Honolulu HI 96813, or email mahalonuiwithda-
Include your name, where on the island you reside, phone number and, if possi- ble, the phone number of the person you’ re thanking so she can contact him or her. Darah Dung hosts “The Pet Hui” and “Island Driver,” both on Spectrum OC16.
Mahalo nui, Hawai‘i, for continuing to express your aloha spirit through acts of goodness and graciousness. In this season of thanks, I asked some in the commu- nity to reflect on the follow- ing question: “What has been your biggest blessing this past year?”
“This past year has been full of blessings and I am grateful I had the privilege of waking up each morning. My biggest blessing was watching my son graduate from high school. It was overwhelming to receive so much aloha from my family and friends. In that moment, it was a thousand tiny bless- ings that formed into one.
“The understanding that life changes and memories are blessings of living and love — and that those pre- cious memories and lessons can be utilized as your fuel for what’s yet to come.”
Brent Anbe Honolulu
Nohealani Nebeker Kāne‘ohe
“Living in Arizona, I have not been able to come home for 2 1/2 years. Therefore, I feel so thankful and blessed to have spent time with good friends and my family.”
Roberta Flynn Cantley Mesa, Arizona
“Competing in and win- ning the Narcissus pageant was definitely one of my blessings this year. It gave me the opportunity to learn more about my culture and brought my family together.”
Jenalyn Ng Honolulu
“Being able to spend qual-
“My health, my family, especially my daughter, and
my friends.”
M. Oman Kaimukī
“Staying healthy and not having a cold or COVID. I use a simple, yet effec-
You never know how much a kind word or gesture can mean to someone. I’ d like to thank everyone who didn’t even know they were a blessing.”

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