With this being the season of giving and thankfulness, I think it's only fitting I talk a bit about what I'm grateful for this year. Of course, I'm incredibly thankful for my family as a whole. But, there are a few particular furry family members I greatly appreciate; my four sweet kitties, Zen, Kash, Karma, and Bell. I believe that fur babies aren't talked about as much when it comes to this sort of feeling, so I just want to say how my cats have made a difference in everyday life for me.
'Man of Medan' is the first entry in 'The Dark Pictures Anthology' series, a saga of horrifying, stand-alone tales. It was developed by Supermassive Games, the studio behind the smash-hit 'Until Dawn.' I played 'Until Dawn' when it first came out and absolutely loved the game. So, of course, I was very excited to see what the developers had in store next. But, does 'Man of Medan' live up to the legacy of Supermassive Games' past hit? I certainly believe so, and there are a few key reasons why.
With everything going on in the world right now, and some of the events that are coming up, it's especially important to look after ourselves and our overall well-being. Make sure you take time to indulge yourself and participate in the hobbies you love. It doesn't matter what the activity is, as long as it brings you joy and positively impacts the various aspects of your health. Remember to always take care of yourself and practice self-care; that's very important, especially in these difficult times.
Please don't be upset with people for not responding right away. Things are very, very hard right now, and all of us are being affected differently. Please be understanding and patient with your loved ones. Please show them respect, kindness, and love. The world needs these things now more than ever before.
Be one of the reasons that an employee smiles today, and any other day you happen to be around workers. Make sure they know they're truly appreciated, that they're more than just their job. And remember, whether you're a crafter, artist, author, teacher, clerk, waiter/waitress, banker, or something else, you are seen and appreciated. Thank you for all the work you do.