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HAWAII'S ONLY WEEKLY FILIPINO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER
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NOV. 18, 2017
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THANKS-LIVING

by Seneca MORALEDA-PUGUAN

A messy and cramped house, a toddler who throws tantrums, doesn’t want to eat and takes so much effort to put to sleep, limited time with a busy husband – life throws so many things at a mother like me causing my mind to overthink and my heart to be restless.

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IT WOULD HAVE BEEN GOOD TOO

by Renelaine BONTOL-PFISTER

Many Filipinos want to come to America. I didn’t.

It was my mother’s dream, not mine, to come to America. She was a nurse, and she was supposed to move here when she graduated in 1978. But she got married and had children, and she and my father decided to stay in the Philippines. However, she never lost sight of the American dream.

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RESTAURANTS TO DINE OUT
by Sheryll BONILLA, Esq.

One of the most exciting parts of visiting the mainland is getting to eat at restaurants we don’t have here.  Some of you may remember the long lines when Five Guys opened in Mililani Town Center or outside Johnny Rockets when it started at Pearl Highlands Shopping Center.  Church’s is still just one shop at Pearlridge, with its crunchy, juicy chicken.  Dunkin’ Donuts is coming soon to Kapolei.  For those of you planning your Christmas vacations on the mainland, here’s some suggestions to spur your dining imaginations.

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