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  1. vincenzo says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Josie! Thanks for the messages too, I’m feeling a lot better but still not 100%. Maybe this four day weekend will be a resting weekend for me (hopefully no jobs are scheduled). Anyway, hope you and your family are good and safe this holiday.

  2. ang says:

    Happy Turkey Day…
    sorry we won’t be having our own dinner soon… Does everyone else know??
    Take care and be safe..

  3. disneymike says:

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Josie! That’s a very cute photo you’ve posted. So what do you have to eat for Thanksgiving in Guam? Is it just like in the United States or are there some regional specialties?

  4. Arnold says:

    On Guam we stuff SPAM with SPAM stuffing, and eat daigo as opposed to the cranberry sauce.
    Just kidding.
    We eat turkeys too.

  5. gail says:

    Just stopping in to wish you and Addi a wonderful Thanksgiving. I count you as a blessing in my life as you bring me laughter, memories, fab photos and news of the place I still think of as home. Mahalo nui loa as they say here in Hawaii! Much aloha from all of us.

  6. Ang says:

    Disney.. are you for real?? lmao….
    i won’t comment anymore on that.. ai adai..
    Happy turkey day addi & josie… Hope it was great.. lol…
    Ang

  7. Josie says:

    Disneymike, at our house we have the traditional stuff: turkey, stuffing, potatoes, etc. But sometimes we also have some regional things on the table like chamorro red rice, pancit (though pancit is a filipino dish, you’ll find it on a lot of chamorro tables during parties), and kelaguen.
    And I don’t know about Arnold, but we’ve never had Spam or daigo on the Thanksgiving table at our house! LOL

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