Last year, I uploaded Past the Suicide Tree to my portfolio of games on this site. It doesn't make fun of suicide -- rather, it pokes fun at other things with suicide driving the 'plot'. Though not a real game, it doesn't auto play, so I couldn't post it under movies. Please don't send me messages about it not being a game -- I know.
Today is technically its un-birthday (because it's birthday was yesterday), but it reminded me about what I was doing last year -- working on Good Little NEETs. Unfortunately, I have moved onto other things because I just didn't like how the narrative branches had turned out.
Since then, some of my other projects got finished, but others didn't.
But what Past the Suicide Tree reminded me of was that Christmas is not a happy time for many of us. It's the dirty little secret in America about Christmas -- how people are forced into social situations with family members that nobody likes. And then there are those damn uncles that just keep touching everybody before and after the dry turkey that's just never cooked properly.
Anyway, if the holidays are a happy time for you, that's great, but if they aren't -- it is no secret that you are not alone ...