Thanks for being here, Francene. First, I wanted to post this image since I'm exploring presets for my ACNH screenshots. Second, I didn't know this screenshot would resonate a lot to me. I know it's weird to feel attached to a villager (or an NPC); but the same can be said to any character in a movie or a novel. Still when I look at this picture, I recall those real memories when I played the game. The weary eyes, the fatigue coursing through the body, the short sleepless nights after, as well as the joy, relaxation, and humor involved in each game -- all of it is real. I mean I wrote about playing ACNH when I had COVID. I've missed the game from work during the exams administration period. We all feel and experience something when we play videogames, hence the nostalgia. When my sister moved out to another province, it felt like a piece of me was taken away. It was a sudden move but it had to be. I've had a lot of questions in my heart and mind after. Will I mov
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