Arizona grandma, man she mistakenly texted, to share Thanksgiving for 7th straight year since 2016

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For the seventh straight year, an Arizona man is celebrating Thanksgiving Day with a woman who mistakenly invited him to her turkey dinner years ago. Now the former strangers are making it an annual tradition.
For the past seven years, Americans have been watching the story of Phoenix and Wanda Dench's Jamal Hinton unfold as Hinton shares her journey on Twitter.
"To answer all your questions, yes, Thanksgiving year 7 is planned!" Hinton tweeted this week. "See you Thursday!"
GRANDMA FROM ARIZONA, MAN THEY WRONG BY SMS TO THANK YOU FOR THE 6TH YEAR IN A ROW
Hinton and Dench's story first caught viral attention in 2016, when Dench accidentally texted Hinton an invitation to Thanksgiving dinner meant for her grandson. Now the former strangers did not miss a holiday together.
"It's been an amazing journey," Dench told Fox 10 Phoenix in 2021 as she and Hinton shared their sixth Turkey Day.
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Hinton told the broadcaster: "She's an amazing person. She is the best."
Hinton realized Dench's 2016 text was a mistake after Dench sent a photo of herself to confirm if she was Hinton's actual grandmother.
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"[You're] not my grandma," Hinton replied with a laughing emoji.
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Hinton sent back a selfie so Dench knew he wasn't her grandson, but asked if he could stop by for dinner anyway. Dench welcomed him with open arms.
Last year, Hinton posted a video on YouTube documenting the 2020 dinner he and his girlfriend shared with Dench - months after Dench's husband Lonnie reportedly died of complications from COVID-19.
"I want to thank all the people who have sent me their blessings, condolences and well wishes," Dench said in the video.
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"...It's going to take a long time...but having these guys come over really cheers me up," she said.
Apparently, Thanksgiving isn't the only special time Hinton and Dench spend together. On September 8, Hinton retweeted a video posted by Dench announcing that she got her first tattoo at the age of 65.
"Guess who went with me?" Dench captioned the video in which Hinton appears alongside her.
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On February 13, the 2022 Super Bowl, Dench tweeted a photo of herself sitting with Hinton and captioned the picture, "GO RAMS!!!"
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A week after last year's Thanksgiving, Hinton announced on Twitter that he and Dench would partner with streaming service Netflix.
"We thank each and every one of you for your love and support throughout our journey over the past 6 years," Hinton wrote. "We can't wait to tell our story on the big screen!"
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Fox News Digital reached out to Hinton for comment.

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