To me, one of the most important things in life is finding a happy place. Something you can always turn to when the crazy, chaotic world outside starts to wear you down and make you feel unhappy. I've had many happy places over the years, some actual location, and some found in video games. This year, I was able to add another happy place to the list, Stardew Valley.
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On this day of Thanksgiving, we sit around and cherish the things that we have. Family, friends, anything that brings us joy to our lives we reflect on and appreciate what they do for us. As big of a gamer as I am, I've always been thankful for gaming. Ever since I was young, they have given me unimaginable experiences that just aren't possible in this world of ours. There is something I am particularly thankful for, though, when it comes to video games. Oddly enough, I've never spoken about this to a lot of people but hey, tis' the time to be grateful right?
Thanksgiving is a truly magical time. Turkey and stuffing stack up on plates, pies await already-full stomachs, families reunite to watch football and parades together. As I reminisce on what I'm thankful for this holiday, I find now more than ever that I am thankful to be a gamer.
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